Shakespeare in his play Macbeth tells us a message which is talking about don’t do the same thing as Macbeth to the audience because in this play Macbeth was hero at the beginning but after he abused his power in an evil way his mind started deteriorating. Macbeth’s state of mind started to deteriorate after […]
Shakespeare is trying to communicate to us by using Macbeth in the play to talk about life. In the play Shakespeare is trying to say to us using Macbeth that, life is just a walking shadow that waits for its hour of death and you are gone forever and not heard of ever again.
In this soliloquy it shows that Macbeth is saying that lady Macbeth should of died after awhile, not now and is saying that there was much more time. He says she could of died tomorrow but not tomorrow but tomorrow, which means he wanted her to live another day every time and plus, Lady Macbeth […]
Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand? No. This shows that macbeth is a equivocator because this shows that he can’t forgive himself and no one will, even the ocean won’t forgive him. This quote is from act 2 scene 2. Blood means guilt in macbeth and if he says […]
Whence is that knocking? How is ’t with me when every noise appals me? What hands are here? Ha! They pluck out mine eyes. Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand? No, this my hand will rather The multitudinous seas incarnadine, Making the green one red. At this point he […]
Metaphysics is the branch of philosophy responsible for the study of existence. It is the foundation of a worldview. It answers the question “What is?” It encompasses everything that exists, as well as the nature of existence itself. It says whether the world is real, or merely an illusion. It is a fundamental view of […]
Paradox Definition, a situation or statement that seems impossible or is difficult to understand because it contains two opposite facts or characteristics http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/paradox found definition From act 1 scene 1, Foul is Fair and Fair is Foul. It’s saying 2 things which you are confused with, saying foul means Fair but Fair is Foul?
Definition Pathetic fallacy is a literary device that attributes human qualities and emotions to inanimate objects of nature. The word “pathetic” in the term is not used in the derogatory sense of being miserable; rather, here, it stands for “imparting emotions to something else”. http://literarydevices.net/pathetic-fallacy/ definition found At act 1 scene 1, “Hovery through the […]
A dramatic device that allows the audience to be aware of things that some (or all) of the characters in a text. For example, in act 1 scene 4 of Shakespeare Macbeth, Macbeth speaks in an aside (to the audience) telling us that he is going to have dispense with the king son Malcolm in […]