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Is Macbeth a Play about Loss?

Summary: Essay describes how the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare is about loss.
In `Macbeth', Shakespeare explores the theme of loss, which is discussed in many aspects such as innocence, relationships and life. `Macbeth' is about a man who goes against his conscience and commits a horrible deed which leads to his destruction and loss of everything he has around him. Shakespeare illustrates loss by using a series of events, which eventually lead to the loss of Macbeth's life.

Macbeth is defined as a Brave Warrior; King Duncan awards him for his valour in the battlefield for his "Vaulting ambition" in the battle as Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth loses trust and the high regard people hold of him, due to his disgraceful, power hungry actions. At the end of the play, Macbeth dies alone with no friends.

Another loss Macbeth experiences is the intimacy he had with his wife. Lady Macbeth is a strong, domineering person. She...

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