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"They horrify us, and yet, oddly, we never lose sympathy with them."Is this how you responded to the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth?
This is how I responded to the characters of MacBeth and Lady MacBeth. Yes, they do horrify me. The way they act, their decisions, their thoughts, it does horrify us. But strangely, I do feel sorry for them, no matter what horrible thing they did. Their characters are complex, and the basic instinct of human nature makes us feel sympathy for them. So although the two of them caused many deaths and committed many crimes, I still feel sympathy for both of them at their deaths.
MacBeth and Lady MacBeth are one of the two most complex characters in all of Shakespeare's plays. The way they act…
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- "They horrify us, and yet, oddly, we never lose sympathy with them."Is this how you responded to the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth?
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