Discussion on the nature of the character of Shakepeares Macbeth.
Macbeth's Character allows for seemingly contrary possibilities. He is either a helpless victim whose crime is predestined, will is bound and driven by ineluctable forces to commit evil; or he is already tainted, corrupted with pride and has sold his soul to the devil. Which of the possibilities do you feel best exemplifies him.
Macbeth is tainted with innate evil; he is corrupted with pride and has willingly sold his soul to the devil. This tragedy is distinguished for the lofty imagination that it displays and the tumultuous vehemence of the action. The pressure of preternatural agency…
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