Macbeth, a Critical Analysis.
~ Macbeth ~
"Hail, king! For so thou art: behold where stands th' usurper's cursed head. The time is free." (Shakespeare 5.8.54 pg. 96) With these words, the reader sees Macbeth's life and all hopes of him ever becoming one of the great rulers of Scotland end in bloody savagery. However, it is not common for the reader to have much sympathy for the deceased Macbeth: he was not murdered in his bed, he was not betrayed and killed by a close friend, but was punished for the dreadful sins he and his wife had committed. By being over-ambitious, by acting through fear, and bei…
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