Macbeth Essay | Honor and Dishonor

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Honor and Dishonor

Summary: Compares characters from the William Shakespeare play Macbeth and Victor Hugo's novel Les Mesriables and Arthurian Legends. Considers how main characters exhibit signs of honor and dishonor, vice and virture.
"In this world there is nothing greater than man. In man there is nothing greater than character." Vices and Virtues are key elements that make up a character of a person. In most of the literature, characters choose to live a virtuous life although some characters choose the life of dishonesty. In the literary work Arthurian Legends, Merlin lives a noble life and provides wisdom and his teachings to King Arthur.

During the young ages, Merlin gave advices to Arthur, and he told Arthur to get Excalibur and use it to portray the truth around the humanity. When ever Arthur would see Merlin they would be very glad to help each other. During the marriage of Arthur, he seeks Merlin's advice about getting married and respectively exclaims, "If do not already love Guinevere, I would advise to take another beauty..." (McCaughrean 4). The decision that Merlin makes would...

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