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This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Macbeth.
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Macbeth: Instruments of Perversion

Summary: Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores the numerous twisted perversions in the plot and characters, focusing on Macbeth himself.
Surreal, unexplainable, bizarre, dreamlike. Terms such as these are often used to describe the feelings associated with Shakespeare's Macbeth. These unreal qualities are the result of numerous twisted perversions in the plot and characters. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are chased by equivocation, trying to balance out reality and their dream-world though they are entrenched in a fog of uncertainty and doubt. Macbeth himself quickly becomes an instrument of this distortion due to the influences of the Weird Sisters, Lady Macbeth, and the unstoppable chain of events his initial violence sets off.

Macbeth is constantly in a state of dreaming, thought he does not realize it. In fact, most of the time, he cannot tell the difference between reality and dreaming. The most prevalent perversion of reality is the confusion between inside and outside. Firstly, the hallucinations experienced by Macbeth and his wife are examples of this...

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