Macbeth Essay | The Villain Macbeth

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The Villain Macbeth

Summary: Discusses the Shakspeare play, Macbeth. Describes Macbeth as the villain of the tragedy. Details how the character goes against his own conscience and by so doing brings about the ruin of a once great kingdom. T
There have been many great plays written in the past and all of them have been created out of the minds of simple people who wish to take risks and go for what is impossible. They want to go beyond boundaries and go for what they know is difficult to get. There was one man who did just this. Although all plays have different effects on people, Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, created an emotional feeling that showed the audience the wickedness man through a villain. Macbeth is one of Shakespeare's most famous plays.

In Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, a man named Macbeth is urged to do what is against his own conscience by his wife, and by doing so, results in the ruin of a once great kingdom. Three witches also feed him a prophecy which is true, but in a way he does not quite understand, which leads...

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