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The Dramatic, The Poetic and the Thematic in Shakespeare's Macbeth

Summary: Macbeth is an example of Shakespeare's ability to combine the three elements of great theatre : the dramatic, the poetic and the thematic. All in all, shakespeare's use of thematic and poetic elements explored human nautre and its limits.
Macbeth is another example of shakespeare's ability to combine the three elements of great theatre: the dramatic, the poetic and the thematic. There are many words that can be used to describe shakespeare's work and in most cases, the word "great" comes to mind. Macbeth is not an exception. Picasso once said, "art is lies that tell the truth," and shakespeare knew how to explore human nature, he wrote plays that were filled with earlier mentioned elements of great theatre.

Entertaainment always was and always will be an important part in ones life. shakespeare knew that, thus he knew how to entertain the audience. One of the most important dramatic elements in the play macbeth, is suspense. Although it was not presented in ever scene of the play, it was very important. There are many examples of this in the...

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