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Macbeth and his Guilt

Summary: Essay describes the guilt faced by Macbeth in the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.

Macbeth, a dark and mysterious drama regarding the distortion of reality and the disruption of nature, is known as William Shakespeare's most tragic story. In the final scenes, Macbeth, the story's protagonist, has become a miserable and hopeless character, tired of the repetition of his own life. He compares his existence to a candle, in which there is no significance to life. He explains that in life there is no logic or reason, and in the end, when the light dims and inevitably dies down, there is darkness and nothing that offers comfort. Macbeth proudly wears his armor until his last breath, when his life, and his head, are taken by Macduff, who later emerges to proclaim Malcolm has become the rightful King of Scotland. Malcolm, who has essentially brought order to the infected Scotland, delivers the closing speech to the play, in which he describes...

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