Macbeth Essay | Compare and Contrast of "Hamlet" and "Macbeth"

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Compare and Contrast of "Hamlet" and "Macbeth"

Summary: This essay compares and contrasts "Hamlet" and "MacBeth" by William Shakespeare.
Hamlet and MacBeth are two of Shakespears plays that involve greed but are very different due to the types of characters. They are both about greed because in MacBeth, MacBeth kills Duncan, the king so that he can become king. This also happens in the play Hamlet. The characters are different because in MacBeth MacBeths wife knows that Duncan is to be killed by her husband and she promotes and tries to pressure him into it. In Hamlet, Hamlet tells his mother Gertrude that he thinks his step-father Claudius has killed his father but, she doesn't believe him. Both plays also involve a lot of death and deceit.

In the play Hamlet, Claudius, Hamlets step-father, kills Hamlets father the king so that he can become king. He does this by poisoning him. After Hamlet becoming suspicious a few watch guards claim to have...

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