Macbeth Essay | Synthesis of Shakespeare's Macbeth

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Synthesis of Shakespeare's Macbeth

Summary: Explores three different critiques of Shakespeare's Macbeth and describes how they relate to one another. Considers the message Shakespeare tried to convey in his tragedy.
Bill Delaney, Sheldon Zitner and I have all read Shakespeare's Macbeth and analyzed it in our own ways. We have many similarities in our reviews and at the same time we have our differences. We have all come to one agreement though and that is that Shakespeare's Macbeth is a superbly written tragedy.

Mr. Delaney and I both agree that Macbeth's life is a chaotic one. One minute Macbeth is returning from war, the next he is committing a murder, and then acting like nothing ever happened. Delaney discusses this and how Shakespeare uses mood and tone to set change the attitudes of the characters and the play itself. Delaney points out how Shakespeare puts Macbeth in a trance like state after the murder has just been committed. When Macduff comes to the door in the middle of the night he apologizes to Macbeth but, Macbeth...

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