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Comparison of King Lear and Macbeth in Shakespearean Tragedies

Summary: An comparison of two different Shakespearean tragedies and how the characterization of a character influences the novel.
 Shakespeare authored many pieces of literature during his lifetime. The most famous of his works are the many sonnets he wrote along with the many plays. Only a few plays remain, and of those that have outlasted the others, his tragedies are his most famous types of play. Two of his more popular plays are the tragedies of King Lear and Macbeth. These two plays both contain major power struggles and conflicts in nobility. Both Shakespearian tragedies have very similar characters and are written similarly also. Even though many aspects of the plays are similar, the two majors characters, King Lear and Macbeth, are more different than similar in the way they act and interact with other characters in the plays.

Shakespeare's character King Lear is the King of England and a very noble figure in the play. He presents a...

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