Use of Soliloquies in "Macbeth"
Through Shakespeare's soliloquies the audience hears the characters' inner most thoughts and desires. The audience learns the character's true feelings and intentions, which other characters in the play may not be aware of . Thus at times creating dramatic irony.
In "Macbeth" the audience learns that Macbeth's character may be brave and physically strong when on the battlefield, but he is also ambitious, selfish and morally weak. As can been seen in his soliloquy in Act 1 sc 7 where he contemplates the murder of Duncan. …
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