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Macbeth William Shakespeare was born in Stratford -upon-Avon, on the 23rd of April 1564 and died in 1616 at the age of 52. The work by William Shakespeare has been used on stage and television. His words are still commonly used today "Alls well that ends well" Shakespeare has written a lot of famous plays which we still hear about today and most of us are familiar with,such as; 'Macbeth','Hamlet',King Lear' and 'Othello'. The one I am going to look at is 'Macbeth' In this play he starts off as a victorious, heroic, courageous, man fighting for morals and country. The play 'Macbeth' is about a Scottish man and three witches who forsee his rise to the throne, his descent into tyranny and his ultimate demise. People today are still frightened to say the name 'Macbeth' because of its evil, demonic associations. They only refer to it as the Scottish play, as it talks about evil and witches. Macbeth struggles with his conscience on whether to kill Duncan or not: "Hath been so clear in his great office, that his virtues will plead like angels, trumpet-tougues against the deep damnation of ...read more.

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Women in Shakespearean times are seen as unimportant. This is because men did all the important things like fighting and were black smiths. Lady Macbeth's relationship with Macbeth was not one of hate, in fact it was quite a loving relationship they had: "my dearest partner of greatness" This was one of the reasons Macbeth found it hard to disobey her. Lady Macbeth is worried that her husband is too soft to do anything: "Yet do I fear thy nature, it is too full of the milk of human kindness" Hurtful words to say to any brave warrior. Macbeth William Shakespeare was born in Stratford -upon-Avon, on the 23rd of April 1564 and died in 1616 at the age of 52. The work by William Shakespeare has been used on stage and television. His words are still commonly used today "Alls well that ends well" Shakespeare has written a lot of famous plays which we still hear about today and most of us are familiar with,such as; 'Macbeth','Hamlet',King Lear' and 'Othello'. The one I am going to look at is 'Macbeth' In this play he starts off as a victorious, heroic, courageous, man fighting for morals and country. ...read more.

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"of all men else I have avoided thee, but get thee back, my soul is too much charged with blood of thine already" Macbeth is not afraid too see the witches, "Speak, I charge you" He demands that the witches speak to him. Once the witches tell him the three prophesies they leave and Macbeth tells Banquo what they said to him " you shall be king." He doesn't seen too happy, Banquo says to him " Good sir, why do you start, and seem to fear things that do sound so fair?" Women in Shakespearean times are seen as unimportant. This is because men did all the important things like fighting and were black smiths. Lady Macbeth's relationship with Macbeth was not one of hate, in fact it was quite a loving relationship they had: "my dearest partner of greatness" This was one of the reasons Macbeth found it hard to disobey her. Lady Macbeth is worried that her husband is too soft to do anything: "Yet do I fear thy nature, it is too full of the milk of human kindness" Hurtful words to say to any brave warrior. ...read more.

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