Macbeth Essay | Macbeth Vs. the Tempest

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Macbeth Vs. the Tempest

Summary: Shakespeare used a wide range of techniques in all of his works to convey not only suspense but also laughter. As in Macbeth and The Tempest, Shakespeare manages to trigger the laughter of his audience on several occasions through means of comedic characters who are often intoxicated. He also mastered the ability to foreshadow upcoming events with use of pathetic fallacy and other natural occurrences in both plays.
Shakespeare used a wide range of techniques in all of his works to convey not only suspense but also laughter. As in Macbeth and The Tempest, Shakespeare manages to trigger the laughter of his audience on several occasions through means of comedic characters who are often intoxicated. He also mastered the ability to foreshadow upcoming events with use of pathetic fallacy and other natural occurrences in both plays. Lastly, Shakespeare seems to incorporate supernatural powers in the plots of his plays to make them both unpredictable and more interesting. Because of Shakespeare's unique skills and interesting techniques in all of his plays including his comedic characters, use of pathetic fallacy, and presence of supernatural powers, his works are highly praised today.

The drunken porter in Macbeth would have made any audience laugh, during Shakespeare's time or in the present. Such topics as ."..nose-painting, sleep, and urine...

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