Macbeth Essay | Role Reversal in "Macbeth"

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Role Reversal in "Macbeth"

Summary: This essay is about role reversal in "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
Do you remember when you were a kid? When you wanted to grow up and be an adult, when you wanted to drive, and wanted to stay up late. When given the chance, did you crumble under the pressure and responsibility? Whether or not you did, is irrelevant to the fact that you did become an adult. All through out history and in literature, reversing a character's role is as essential as food, for growing up and living.

In the play Macbeth by Shakespeare, role reversal is a primary theme, especially with the character the play is named for. In Act I scene 6, we see Macbeth outside, contemplating whether he should kill Duncan, the king. Lady Macbeth enters and the terminology she uses is very persuasive and Macbeth is convinced that it is his destiny to become king. When Macbeth sates "we will proceed no further...

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