Macbeth Essay | The Weather Motif in Macbeth

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The Weather Motif in Macbeth

Summary: Discusses the recurring motif of weather and how it influences the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth.
People often might describe a situation's mood or tone in terms of the "atmosphere" of the place where the event occurred to provide a summation of the intangible factors beyond description. With regard to literature, this same "atmosphere" more times than not can make all the difference in a scene, sometimes serving as the glue that ties all the elements of the story together, other times compressing numerous descriptive words of mood and tone into one, such as thunder, sunshine, or wind. Macbeth, written in 1606 by William Shakespeare, dramatizes the inexorable power of ambition which ultimately results in the protagonist's complete erasure of his line between "good" and "bad" and his own downfall brought about by such corruption. In this tragic story, Macbeth, a Scottish nobleman who saves Scotland from the Norwegians, encounters three evil witches whose prophecies spark Macbeth's insatiable ambition and lead him...

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