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Use of Nature in "Macbeth"

Summary: William Shakespeare uses nature as an integral part of his literature. In "Macbeth," he uses the shift of natural to unnatural imagery, supernatural imagery, human nature, and nature in general to emphasize the central themes of chaos and fate.
"The moon out in it's full glory./ The stars dancing on the sky./ Hear an owl in the distance./ Hear it's mournful cry./ He shall go to sleep for awhile.../ As the world sleeps./ One soul listening to all that's around./ As even at night there is a couple sounds.... Just for awhile though for morning is to come...The night has passed by./ Yet you have a lasting memory of this night./ A memory of waking up at midnight." (Ashley R. Tennant). Tennant as well as Shakespeare use nature as an integral part of their literature. In Shakespeare's play Macbeth, Shakespeare uses the shift of natural to unnatural imagery, supernatural imagery, human nature, and nature in general to emphasize the central themes of chaos and fate.

The shift of natural imagery to unnatural imagery highlights the idea of chaos throughout this play. The night...

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