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Essay | Foil Vs. Main Characters

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Foil Vs. Main Characters

Summary: This essay discusses how the presence of foil characters and their good qualities has an essential role in the outcome of the main protagonist in "Macbeth" and in "Romeo and Juliet."
Shakespeare utilizes themes and plots in various ways. He uses plots of love, war, and dismay to show himself in his writing. Shakespeare uses characters that are not main characters, but makes these characters have the most important role. These are known as foil characters in Shakespeare's plays. In "Macbeth" and "Romeo and Juliet," the presence of foil characters and their personal qualities has an essential role in the outcome of the main protagonist.

In the tragedy "Macbeth," there are a few characters that can be perceived as foil characters because many characters alter the outcome of the main character. However, the main foil character is Macduff. Macduff has many qualities in which Macbeth does not. He is in touch with himself and not caught up in trying to make himself prosper, as is Macbeth. This is one quality that makes Macbeth look bad. All he...

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