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Staging Macbeth

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Explores the way language, stagecraft, and symbolism are used in the play. Provides supporting evidence from the text.
In Shakespeare's play Macbeth, the dramatic techniques of language, stagecraft and symbolism are hugely important in portraying the themes and characters which the play is centered around.

The play, being centered around Macbeth's story, uses the above dramatic techniques to allow the responder to better understand Macbeth. For example, during the second scene, Macbeth is spoken of as ."..brave Macbeth- well he deserves that name..." This allowing us as the responder to comprehend the fact that Macbeth is highly respected for his bravery. However, comparing the above quote with the one much later in the play ."..wayward son, spiteful and wrathful, who, as others do, loves for his own ends, not for you." We understand that Macbeth's character has undergone such a dramatic change in only a short while. Previously a brave and noble knight, Macbeth's vaulting ambition has caused his mind to deteriorate in such a way...

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