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Essay | How Does Polanski Portray the Process of Change through His Portrayal of Macbeth?

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How Does Polanski Portray the Process of Change through His Portrayal of Macbeth?

Summary: In the movie `Shakespeare's, The Tragedy of Macbeth' by Roman Polanski change is represented through changing self and changing worlds, the character, which portrays both, is the character of Macbeth.
Change is a process, a transition or alteration that affects all aspects of life. In the movie `Shakespeare's, The Tragedy of Macbeth' by Roman Polanski change is represented through changing self and changing worlds, the character, which portrays both, is the character of Macbeth. The related material which also shows theses aspects of change are `Time and Tide' by Tim Winton, `Reinventing Australia' by Author Unknown and `Man That You Fear' by Marilyn Manson.

Changing self is the change within a character throughout a text, the forces that influence alterations of `self' and the causes of such change and the results. In `The Tragedy of Macbeth' the character Macbeth has a change of self, from a brave, noble gentleman with a healthy grip on sanity to a murderer, tyrant king and less than sane man.

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