This initial murder of King Duncan acts as a starting point for Macbeth's reign of terror, and...
Whose Ambition Is the Driving Force of the Play—Macbeth’s, Lady Macbeth’s, or Both?
Come you spirit, That tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here.--Lady Macbeth More so than any other Shakespearean play, Macbeth functions the most vividly as a psychoanalysis of the state of humanity's development of a sense of sexual self. Starting with the witches' assertion that âfair is foul, and foul is fair,â?
it is clear that Macbeth is a play in which appearances will be deceiving and morality will be muddled.
Hamlet and Macbeth are two of William Shakespeare's most famous plays.
Each share not only fame, however, but format: Both feature main characters with tragic flaws that become their demise.
In Shakespeare's, Macbeth, there seems to be an uncanny connection between the images of sleep and nature.
The play refers to the results of nature being thwarted, and since sleep is the primarily natural function of every human being, its seems...
For the first time in the play, however, Lady Macbeth reveals some degree of weakness in her inability to actually murder Duncan with...
Time plays a crucial role in Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth.