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Essay Grade: 92%
Psychoanalysis of Lady Macbeth
5,814 words, approx. 19 pages
Describes the psychological motivations of Lady Macbeth's words and actions while she is observed sleepwalking by her servant and a doctor in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Lady Macbeth's actions are related to previous events and theories regarding the concept of guilt and morality.
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Essay Grade: 93%
The Role of the Supernatural in "Macbeth"
4,782 words, approx. 16 pages
A discussion concerning the role of the supernatural in the play "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 89%
Evil in "MacBeth"
4,595 words, approx. 15 pages
Essay describes how an atmosphere of evil is created in the first two acts of "MacBeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 93%
A Structuralist View of "Macbeth"
3,565 words, approx. 12 pages
Essay presents a structuralist view of "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 83%
Discuss the Supernatural in Macbeth.
3,487 words, approx. 12 pages
We can conclude that there are five important events showing the supernatural elements in Macbeth. Namely, the witches, the air-drawn dagger, the unnatural happenings, the ghost of Banquo and the apparitions.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth, A Character Study
3,422 words, approx. 11 pages
Analyzes the play, Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Provides a character study of Macbeth. Discusses the factors which lead him to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Signifigance of the Charcaters and Language of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth
3,004 words, approx. 10 pages
A discussion and analysis of speeches spoken by Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Shakespeare's Macbeth and Kurosawa's Throne of Blood
2,620 words, approx. 9 pages
Provides a comparison between William Shakespeare's text Macbeth and Akira Kurosawa's film adaptation of the play, Throne of Blood. Describes how the play was changed for another medium, setting and a different culture.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Macbeth as a Tragic Hero
2,567 words, approx. 9 pages
William Shakespeare's Macbeth is a tragic hero, given the general understanding of a tragic hero as a "literary character that makes an error of judgement or has a fatal flaw, combined with fate and external forces, brings on tragedy." By the end of "Macbeth," we see Macbeth's noble and heroic qualities even in the face of his terrible actions.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth - Analysis
2,418 words, approx. 8 pages
William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. The essay asks the question: How far is Macbeth to blame for his actions or was it merely fate that conspired against him?
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Essay Grade: 83%
Shakespeare Essay: It's Not a Tragedy Unless You Have a Long Way to Fall
2,282 words, approx. 8 pages
The theme of fear within Macbeth and King Lear ties the plays together and links them into the same category. Fear within Macbeth is another motivation that drives so many of the characters actions. For Macbeth, his fear of the prophecies is his driving action. Macbeth fears the prophecies that he will be king because it calls for him to act.
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Essay Grade: 90%
What Dramatic Effects Does Shakespeare Aim for in IV.I of "Macbeth" and How Does He Achieve Them?
2,246 words, approx. 8 pages
This deals with the meanings of imagery and dramatic effect in IV.1 of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, a crucial point in the play.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth and his Guilt
2,198 words, approx. 7 pages
Essay describes the guilt faced by Macbeth in the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 95%
Themes in Macbeth: Order Vs. Disorder and Natural Vs. Supernatural
2,171 words, approx. 7 pages
The themes of order vs disorder and natural vs supernatural discussed in relation to Shakespeare's play "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: A Comparison of Roman Polanski's Film and Shakespeare's Text
2,166 words, approx. 7 pages
Compares and contrasts Roman Polanski's film version of Macbeth to William Shakespeare's original play. Focuses on how Roman Polanski's interpretation of the witches compares with Shakespeare's text.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth's Ironical Fate
2,156 words, approx. 7 pages
Evil is a deceiving force. It can help you reach your goals but evil's gains are always bitter and two-faced. In Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth, the character of Lady Macbeth chooses the path of evil to fulfill her unscrupulous ambition; nevertheless, all that evil brings to her is madness and restlessness. Evil is a powerful force throughout the play; it influences the two main characters, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, to commit heinous crimes in order to achieve power.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Lady Macbeth's Drive for Power in "Macbeth"
2,151 words, approx. 7 pages
Lady Macbeth, seemingly in control of her destiny, has her life unravel as the plot of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" evolves. Her drive for power is her undoing, as it leads to her ruminations on the pointlessness of life and, ultimately, her death.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Influences of the Supernatural in Macbeth
2,151 words, approx. 7 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Describes how the supernatural plays an important role in Macbeth. Explores to what extent it motivates Macbeth's actions.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth: the Power of Guilt
2,016 words, approx. 7 pages
Essay is about Lady Macbeth's transformation throughout the play "Macbeth", by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth: Influential Forces
1,990 words, approx. 7 pages
Examines the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Describes how the protagonist, Macbeth faces several external and supernatural influences, the most influential being the three witches, Lady Macbeth, and the apparitions. Examines how these forces, along with Macbeth's greed and ambition, prompt his terrible actions.
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Essay Grade: 88%
How Does Polanski Portray the Process of Change through His Portrayal of Macbeth?
1,984 words, approx. 7 pages
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.
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Essay Grade: 89%
Act 5, Scene 1 in "MacBeth"
1,954 words, approx. 7 pages
Essay discusses the direction of a a key scene in "MacBeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Symbolism and Irony of Macbeth
1,951 words, approx. 7 pages
Explores symbolism and irony used in the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth.
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Lady Macbeth is not the only Force Causing Macbeth's Fall
1,896 words, approx. 6 pages
Lady Macbeth had a great deal of influence on Macbeth, her husband, in committing evil deeds in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." She uses manipulation and mocking to get Macbeth to do what she wants. However, she is not the only cause of Macbeth's fall. Macbeth was also manipulated by witches and his fatal flaw was obsessive ambition.
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Essay Grade: 83%
The Tragedy of Macbeth
1,889 words, approx. 6 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores Macbeth's credentials as a tragic hero. Details Aristotles description of a tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 96%
The Destruction of Man
1,885 words, approx. 6 pages
This essay compares and contrasts the destruction of Macbeth, from "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, and Willie Stark, from "All the King's Men" by Robert Penn Warren.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth - Victim or Villain
1,806 words, approx. 6 pages
Shakespeare presents Macbeth as a victim to many different powerful forces including Lady Macbeth, supernatural forces and his own ambition. These forces are powerful and compell Macbeth to make contradicting decisions.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Tragic Literary Figures Emphasized through Anecdotes
1,753 words, approx. 6 pages
William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Christopher Marlowe's Dr. Faustus, and Thomas Hardy's Tess are three of literature's most celebrated tragic heroes, each of whom suffers from a tragic flaw. To develop their respective characters and their flaws, Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Hardy all strategically sprinkle anecdotes throughout their works, showing that if these flaws go unchecked, they can lead to the demise of even the most moral of people.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: A Discussion of Banquo's Ghost
1,710 words, approx. 6 pages
Discusses William Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth. Questions if Banquo's ghost is a supernatural event, or a symptom of Macbeth's ever sickening mind.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Instruments of Perversion
1,676 words, approx. 6 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores the numerous twisted perversions in the plot and characters, focusing on Macbeth himself.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth
1,665 words, approx. 6 pages
"Macbeth" is one of Shakespeare's most famous works. This essay looks at the deterioration of Macbeth from a valiant warrior, to a cruel and savage leader.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Role of Lady Macbeth
1,648 words, approx. 6 pages
Essay discusses Lady Macbeth's dilemma from "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Write a Critical Appreciation of a Scene Involving the Supernatural in Macbeth
1,635 words, approx. 6 pages
The witches are not the only supernatural beings in Act IV scene I of Macbeth; apparitions and ghosts also appear, making it the most paranormal scene in `Macbeth'. There are many ways in which Shakespeare portrays the supernatural in stage directions, and there are many more ways in which they could be displayed in an actual production of `Macbeth'.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: Tyrant, Murderer, Victim
1,635 words, approx. 6 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Explores the psychological makeup of the title character, Macbeth. Describes how themes from the play echoe events which took place during the reign of British King James I.
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Essay Grade: 91%
The Opening Scene in Mabeth is a Compact Exposition
1,629 words, approx. 5 pages
Despite the shortness of the opening scene in Shakespeare's play Macbeth, it is considered a complete exposition.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Portrayal of Good and Evil in Macbeth
1,602 words, approx. 5 pages
An explanation of some of the quotes from Macbeth-William Shakespeare
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Essay Grade: 92%
Gender Roles and Boundaries in Shakespeare's Macbeth
1,589 words, approx. 5 pages
Examines the role of gender in Shakespeare's Macbeth, asserting that Lady Macbeth and Macbeth's weak character are responsible for Macbeth's undoing.
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Essay Grade: 86%
An Analysis of Macbeth
1,572 words, approx. 5 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Provides a character study of Macbeth. Compares Macbeth to historical figures, including Joseph Stalin and Kim Jong.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Role of Macduff in `Macbeth'
1,564 words, approx. 5 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Provides a character study of Macduff. Describes how Shakespeare makes him appear as God's appointed angel of justice to reinstate the rightful and chosen king of Scotland.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Ruthlessness in Macbeth and Oedipus
1,559 words, approx. 5 pages
Provides an in depth description of The Theban Plays or the Oedipus Cycle and compares it with Shakespeare`s Macbeth. Explores the common theme of ruthlessness.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: Analysis of Act 2 Scene 2
1,523 words, approx. 5 pages
Provides an analysis of Act 2 Scene 2 of the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores the ways in which Shakespeare creates tension. Compares the ways in which a modern audience would respond to this scene with how Shakespeare's contemporary audience would have responded.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Prophesy in Literature: Macbeth and Star Wars III
1,513 words, approx. 5 pages
In both the film "Star Wars III" and William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," humankind's innate reliance on prophecy as a guide to decision-making is explored. The Jedi believed Anakin was a prophetic figure in "Star Wars," and Macbeth assigned the same prophet-like qualities to the three witches.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Imagery in Macbeth
1,505 words, approx. 5 pages
Describes the use of imagery in Shakespeare's MacBeth. Explores how throughout the play, the imagery of health, or lack of health, of many characters reveals the true mindset of the central character, Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Weather Motif in Macbeth
1,495 words, approx. 5 pages
Discusses the recurring motif of weather and how it influences the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Role of Reputation in "Macbeth" and "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
1,493 words, approx. 5 pages
The reputation of key characters is important and is a life-changing factor in two classic works: "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare and "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Madness of Macbeth
1,479 words, approx. 5 pages
Discusses Macbeth, a play by William Shakespeare. Analyzes the evolution of the title character and his descent into madness. Examines the factors leading to Macbeth's downfall.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Evil in "Macbeth"
1,457 words, approx. 5 pages
Essay describes how Macbeth was evil from the beginning of the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 91%
The Downfall of Macbeth
1,455 words, approx. 5 pages
An essay of how Macbeth turned more and more evil as the book progressed.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth, Aristotilean Tragedy?
1,453 words, approx. 5 pages
Essay reviews Shakespeare's Macbeth in view of Aristotle's Poetics and his definition of a tragedy.
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Essay Grade: 90%
Macbeth: "what is fair is foul, and what is foul is fair"
1,452 words, approx. 5 pages
Essay discusses the motif "what is fair is foul, and what is foul is fair" in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Lady Macbeth, An Analysis
1,435 words, approx. 5 pages
Evaluates Bill Alexander's BBC production of Macbeth. Describes how it depicts Lady Macbeth as a, `fiend like queen.' Also evaluates other depictions of Lady Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 85%
It Was Macbeth's Fault
1,433 words, approx. 5 pages
A persuasive essay proving that Macbeth's downfall was a result of Macbeth's actions, and no one else is to blame.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Macbeth: a Tragic Hero
1,429 words, approx. 5 pages
Macbeth can be truly classified as a tragic hero after interpreting Aristotle's definition and applying it to Macbeth's character. Throughout the play, Macbeth is seen as an out of control ranging mad man that is out to achieve his grievous self indulging ambitions. In the long run he struggles, but cannot fight the inevitability of his demise.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth, How Evil Works
1,415 words, approx. 5 pages
Examines the tragic play, Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Explores the way evil is used in this play by investigating various characters and describing their deception. Concludes that Shakespeare tries to tell us that power comes to those who are ruthless and adopt evil means to accomplish their wishes.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth, Fiend Like Queen?
1,407 words, approx. 5 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Provides a character assessment of Lady Macbeth. Debates whether or not she is a fiendish character.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Further Analysis of Shakespeare's "Macbeth"
1,386 words, approx. 5 pages
Essay provides a conclusive analysis of Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Acting Instructions for Act 4, Scene 1 of "Macbeth"
1,381 words, approx. 5 pages
In Act 4, Scene 1 of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," the audience begin to pity Macbeth because he is at the mercy of the witches. This feeling can be created by how the scene is acted, and suggestions for acting out the scene are described.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Compare and Contrast of "Hamlet" and "Macbeth"
1,360 words, approx. 5 pages
This essay compares and contrasts "Hamlet" and "MacBeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: A Foreshadowing
1,351 words, approx. 5 pages
Analyzes Akira Kurosawa's film adaptation of Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Provides description of the sights and sounds of the film and explores the sense of foreshadowing in the film.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Animal Imagery in "Macbeth"
1,348 words, approx. 5 pages
In "Macbeth," William Shakespeare uses the images of animals to characterize the play's human characters. For example, Macbeth is associated with lions and eagles at the beginning of the play and with ravens and serpents toward the end.
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Essay Grade: 85%
The Corruption of Power
1,331 words, approx. 4 pages
Based on William Shakespeare's Macbeth, this essay is about how one's desire for absolute power causes corruption, which ultimately leads to their downfall.
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Essay Grade: 86%
About Macbeth
1,319 words, approx. 4 pages
Over the course of William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth," Macbeth changes dramatically. At first Macbeth remained loyal to King Duncan and was considered a great man. After hearing the predictions from the three witches about his future, however, he aspired to become king himself, the third of the three predictions. As a result, Macbeth eventually grew into a paranoid, murderous villain overcome by ambition.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Macbeth's Transformation into Madness and Evil
1,318 words, approx. 4 pages
A description of the shocking role reversal that Macbeth undergoes in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Macbeth appears to be a strong military leader, then is revealed as being weak and easily manipulated. He then descends into become a murderous madman.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Shakespeare's Presentation of Lady Macbeth in Act I Scene V and Act V Scene I.
1,312 words, approx. 4 pages
At the beginning of Act I Scene v Lady Macbeth is presented to the audience reading a letter from her husband. This is her first monologue in the play and reveals her innermost thoughts. In this scene she is portrayed as very dominating and diabolical.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth, Overall Impressions
1,305 words, approx. 4 pages
Discusses the play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Analyzes the theme of power and explores how the characters Macbeth and Lady Macbeth epitomize the theme. Provides a plot summary.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Does Power Corrupt in Shakespeare's "Macbeth"?
1,302 words, approx. 4 pages
William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" gives us a look at the effects of the promise and receipt of power on an individual. By contrasting the statement "Power Corrupts" with the play, it is possible to see that power itself does not corrupt, but that the methods used to achieve power, the need to protect and consolidate that power, and the exercise of that power all serve to corrupt an individual.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth: How Themes Are Related
1,261 words, approx. 4 pages
Loyalty vs. Treachery is one of the major themes in Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, because it is shown everywhere. Throughout the entire play, this theme is portrayed. This theme alone begins and ends the story. Macbeth starts off a very loyal soldier who loves his country and loves his king. Soon enough, he is turned into what destroys his country.
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Essay Grade: 83%
"macbeth" - Discuss the Play as a Portrayal of Damnation
1,258 words, approx. 4 pages
"Macbeth" is a play written early in the reign of James I. Shakespeare's Macbeth is a typical "Jacobean" tragedy in many important respects, particularly with respect to being "Damned". Referred to superstitiously by actors as "the Scottish play" the script commemorates James's national heritage by depicting events during the years 1040 to 1057 in his native Scotland.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Conscience
1,235 words, approx. 4 pages
Shakespeare's Macbeth tells a story of one mans greed for power and his fall to nothing because of it. Every human has a conscience, yet it can vary from person to person. A conscience enables people to determine the difference between right and wrong. This essay looks at the effects of conscience on Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as their actions lead them through progressively more complicated and serious circumstances - innocence, the death of Duncan, the death of Banquo.
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Essay Grade: 94%
Macbeth and Order
1,225 words, approx. 4 pages
Analyzes the breakdown and restoration of order when Macbeth kills King Duncan in Shakespeare's play Macbeth
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Essay Grade: 85%
Macbeth: The Downfall
1,223 words, approx. 4 pages
Evaluates the reasons that contribute to the downfall of Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Good and Evil in Macbeth
1,221 words, approx. 4 pages
An analysis of the good and evil personality characteristics of the title character in "Macbeth," the classic play by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Who Is Responsible for the Downfall of Macbeth and How Is His Fall from Grace Dramatic?
1,219 words, approx. 4 pages
Examines the play Macbeth, by Shakespeare. Explores the character of Macbeth and postulates who, ultimately, is responsible for his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Relationship of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth
1,213 words, approx. 4 pages
The relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth bears direct consequence on the play's outcome. The two enjoyed a close intimacy at the start of the play; he looked to her for strength and motivation, and she had total control over him. After Macbeth kills Duncan, however, Macbeth acts independently and Lady Macbeth loses control over him. In the end, the relationship deteriorates along with Macbeth's morals and Lady Macbeth's sanity.
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Essay Grade: 96%
The Perfect King in "Macbeth"
1,207 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay examines which of the characters in Shakespeare's "Macbeth" would make the best king.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Psychology of Macbeth
1,186 words, approx. 4 pages
William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth" displays how the psychological needs of a person drive him or her to act the way they do. Macbeth's relationships with Lady Macbeth, the three witches, and Banquo reveal the changes in Macbeth's psychological mind as he strived increasingly and more recklessly to attain power. A study of the symbolism and diction that takes place within each of these relationships bears this out.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Determining Characters' True Intentions in "Macbeth."
1,182 words, approx. 4 pages
In his classic drama "Macbeth," William Shakepeare reveals how there is an "art to find the mind's construction in the face."
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Essay Grade: 96%
Macbeth Relationship
1,167 words, approx. 4 pages
This is about the relationship of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, in the play "Macbeth".
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Essay Grade: 88%
Ambition in Macbeth
1,166 words, approx. 4 pages
Analyzes the effects of ambition on the main characters of Shakespere's Macbeth. Describes how both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth lose sight of their morals and are consumed by the greed that comes packaged with ambition.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Lady Macbeth: Now and Then
1,163 words, approx. 4 pages
William Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" portrays the gradual demise of Lady Macbeth as she lets evil get the best of her. Lady Macbeth's dominant, controlling, heartless nature and her obsessive ambition for her husband to become king leads her to persuade Macbeth to kill Duncan. The resulting chain of events leaves Lady Macbeth unable to control her husband, subject to paranormal forces, and eventually revealing herself as the weak, helpless and feeble woman she was all along.
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Essay Grade: 89%
Macbeth: Historical Basis
1,163 words, approx. 4 pages
A comparison of the true story of Macbeth and Shakespeare's version as a play.
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Essay Grade: 85%
The Third Murderer in "Macbeth"
1,158 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay discusses the third murderer in Act III of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 95%
William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Act II Scene I - A Commentary
1,152 words, approx. 4 pages
William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Act II Scene I - A Commentary
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Importance of the Sleep Walking Scene in Macbeth
1,151 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay discusses the significance of lady Macbeth's sleep walking as it shows her as a complementary character to her husband.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth
1,145 words, approx. 4 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explains how the character Lady Macbeth adds to the horror of the opening two acts. Describes how Lady Macbeth was one of the driving forces behind Macbeth's actions, and thus much of the tragic outcome can be attributed to her.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Research Essay
1,144 words, approx. 4 pages
Several forms of supernatural elements have been exemplified which all affect the audience as they occur in Macbeth. These supernatural elements include the presence of witchcraft, usage of apparitions and ghosts, the King's Evil and the possession of the human spirit by unnatural forces.
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Essay Grade: 91%
Analysis of "Macbeth"
1,136 words, approx. 4 pages
An In-depth peek at underlying motives in Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 78%
Macbeth, a Character Analysis
1,134 words, approx. 4 pages
Throughout the play MacBeth goes through many changes in his character, he goes form being the loyal and honored soldier, to an ambitious and caring husband to a ruthless tyrant.
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Essay Grade: 92%
"the Night's Great Business"
1,132 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay provides an analysis of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
A Murder in the Quest for Power
1,129 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay provides a look into the mind of Macbeth in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 81%
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth Are Counterparts
1,111 words, approx. 4 pages
Shakespeare's way of showing how two main characters slowly change and take one anothers features.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Shakespeare's Use of the Supernatural in "Macbeth"
1,109 words, approx. 4 pages
In his play "Macbeth," William Shakespeare incorporated the supernatural to create suspense, to provide insight into characters, to foreshadow future events, and to enable the audience to connect with the themes of the play. Shakespeare's use of the supernatural involved not only the expected appearances of witches and ghosts, but also the political and religious aspects of English society during his time.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth - Tragic Hero
1,085 words, approx. 4 pages
A tragic hero has the potential for greatness, as they are highly respected by their peers, through notability, and great deeds, but are doomed to fail, through errors in judgement. They are trapped in a situation where they cannot win, and their fall from grace is caused by a tragic flaw, hidden beneath their pride. They eventually realise they have made an irreversible mistake, and finally meet a tragic death. This describes Macbeth perfectly as I will explain in my speech.
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Essay Grade: 83%
The Macbeths: Sources of Their Own Downfall
1,084 words, approx. 4 pages
William Shakespeare's Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are the victims of their own unmitigated ambition. Their undoing is self-inflicted, caused by feelings of guilt. Self-control is the key to restraining detrimental ambition.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: An Aggressive Individual
1,067 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay examines how the character of Macbeth is an aggressive individual.
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Essay Grade: 78%
'Macbeth' Soliloquies
1,065 words, approx. 4 pages
Three soliloquies from William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'show the conflicts that he faces, both from outside and within.
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Essay Grade: 92%
A Eulogy for Macbeth
1,061 words, approx. 4 pages
A eulogy for the title character of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," as if it were presented by one of his fellow soldiers. The speech addresses Macbeth's dignity, strength and courage and reflects upon his difficult decisions as needed to protect his wife and country.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth, A Review
1,054 words, approx. 4 pages
Reviews a production of the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Discusses the theatre, set design, costumes and performance.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Deceptive Appearances in Macbeth by William Shakespeare
1,043 words, approx. 4 pages
In today's society, appearance is a prominent component of life. It is difficult to discern the thoughts of nearly everyone, because most people hide behind facades, yet the tendency to read outward appearances still grows in popularity. This theme of how deceptive appearances can be in life is fully explored in Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 96%
The Free Will of Macbeth
1,042 words, approx. 4 pages
Essay provides a discussion regarding the free will of of the character Macbeth from William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Psychological Stability of Macbeth
1,040 words, approx. 4 pages
This is a creative writing piece from the perspective of a psychologist after evaluating Macbeth.  The evaluation was to determine whether or not Macbeth should be held responsible for his actions.  This essay refers to Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Three Great Crimes of Macbeth
1,037 words, approx. 4 pages
William Shakespeare's character of Macbeth is a good person who succumbs to evil by giving in to his ambition for power. He betrays his country, friends and himself in his actions, ironically gaining the power he desired by losing everything else.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth Essay
1,031 words, approx. 3 pages
William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth is about a Scottish nobleman's rise and fall from power. The story has many intricate themes woven into ongoing events that bring Macbeth closer to his downfall. One particular event is that of unnatural occurrences and the supernatural throughout the story.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth - Tyrant or Tragedy?
1,031 words, approx. 3 pages
Analyzes a quote which appears at the end of Macbeth, the Shakespeare play. Malcolm names Macbeth and Lady Macbeth - ."..dead butcher and his fiend-like queen." Questions if this quote was justified or was Macbeth nothing more than a misguided tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Use of Nature in "Macbeth"
1,028 words, approx. 3 pages
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.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Lady Macbeth - Her Tragic Downfall
1,020 words, approx. 3 pages
Explores the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Considers how traditionally, everyone always sees Macbeth as the "bad guy." Contends that his wife Lady Macbeth was equally evil and she too had a tragical downfall. Describes Lady Macbeth's personal downfall from the day of the killing.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth's Mistakes in Judgement
1,019 words, approx. 3 pages
Macbeth's mistakes in judgement throughout the play.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth: Foul Is Fair
1,009 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay studies the concept of foul is fair in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 89%
The Character Flaws of Macbeth
1,008 words, approx. 3 pages
A discussion of the character flaws of Macbeth and how much it contributed to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 83%
How Shakespeare Attracts the Audience's Attention in the First Act of "Macbeth"
1,006 words, approx. 3 pages
William Shakespeare established in the first act of his play "Macbeth" a complex, multi-layered amalgam of structure, intrigue, the supernatural, and the combined imagery of violence, darkness, and evil. This proved crucial to the play's critical and commercial success, as the first act captivated the audience and persuaded them to follow the story.
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Essay Grade: 83%
How Does Shakespeare Attract the Audiences Attention in the First Act of Macbeth
1,006 words, approx. 3 pages
Shakespeare attracted the audiences' attention through a complex and multi layered amalgam of structure, intrigue, the supernatural and the combined imagery of violence, darkness and evil.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Witches' Influence in "Macbeth"
1,003 words, approx. 3 pages
Do the three witches foretell the events in William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth," or is Macbeth able to decide his destiny? The following essay argues in favor of the witches.
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Essay Grade: 87%
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth Are Evil Characters Who Show No Remorse for Their Crimes
1,003 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay discusses the idea that Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare are evil characters and why I still have sympathy with them right until the end.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth
1,001 words, approx. 3 pages
A short essay on "Macbeth" and how ambition was present in the play.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth's Importance to Her Husband's Success
996 words, approx. 3 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Provides a character analysis of Lady Macbeth. Explores her importance to her husband's success.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: the Serpent and the Flower
996 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay is about Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Shows how everyone has the capacity to do good as well as to do evil and how greed can be the death of you.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth as a Tragic Hero: a Puppet of His Own Beliefs.
996 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay discusses if the character of Macbeth from William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth" is a tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Desire and Destruction in Macbeth
992 words, approx. 3 pages
Discusses the tragic play "Macbeth," by Williams Shakespeare. Describes how Macbeth's vaulting ambiton lead to his destruction. Explains how Shakespeare conveys the themes of greed, betrayal and reversal of fortunes through the use of stylistic devices communicating the universal truth that "ambition unchecked leads to destruction."
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Essay Grade: 81%
Ambition in Macbeth
990 words, approx. 3 pages
One of the most essential themes of Shakespeare's play "Macbeth" is the significance of ambition throughout the play. While ambition is an indispensible trait for all leaders, it can also remove one's ability to control emotions, desires, and greed until that person is devoured by it. Macbeth serves as the primary example of this, as he is eventually driven to his own demise by ambition and the greed for blood and power.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Macbeth as a Tragic Hero
990 words, approx. 3 pages
Macbeth was the tragic hero because he fell into misfortune through some personal flaws throughout the entire play. He gave into his flaws when he listened to the witches at the very beginning, then listenned to everyone else when he let Lady Macbeth persuade him to kill Duncan. When he kept killing more people, it was because he didn''t know what else to do.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: Fate or Choice
987 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay examines if fate or choice governs Macbeth in Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 96%
How Does Shakespeare Build Sympathy for Macbeth?
985 words, approx. 3 pages
Analyzes how the audience has sympathy for Macbeth throughout the play.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Honor and Dishonor
982 words, approx. 3 pages
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.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Role of Women in Macbeth
981 words, approx. 3 pages
Examines William Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth. Explores the female characters in the play. Describes how they may be subordinate to men, but they are catalytic in how they shape the plot and story.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Act 3, Scene 1 of Macbeth
976 words, approx. 3 pages
How Macbeth persuades the witches and the murderers in Act 3, Scene 1 of "Macbeth," William Shakespeare's classic work.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Act 3 Scene 1 - Summary & Analysis
968 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay is about Act 3, Scene 1. There is a short summary of the scene and an analysis, which describes the changing of the behaviour of Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 89%
Macbeth
955 words, approx. 3 pages
Describes how William Shakespeare presents the characters from his work "Macbeth" by focusing on three to four scenes.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The People Who Influenced Macbeth
954 words, approx. 3 pages
In William Shakespeare's powerful play "Macbeth," Macbeth's ambition to become king came from those who influenced him. Those people included Lady Macbeth; the people who suspected and betrayed him, such as Banquo and Macduff; and the three witches. Such influence led Macbeth to act upon his ambition through murder, and it resulted eventually in his own death.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Murder in "Macbeth"
952 words, approx. 3 pages
A plot summary of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" with a description of the thought processes Macbeth goes through that lead to his murders.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Vivid Visuals
945 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay is about the imagery used to enhance Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 89%
The Role of Masculinity in Macbeth
944 words, approx. 3 pages
This is an essay deriving from Macbeth, a play by William Shakespeare. The essay uses the thesis that masculinity is associated with certain character traits, and that every time masculinity is mentioned violence soon follows.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Manhood Personified
935 words, approx. 3 pages
In William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," the image of manhood represents the male stereotype of the period. To be considered "manly," a man needed to be tough, violent, and heartless, and he needed to channel his emotions toward masculine thoughts, which meant concentrating on violent acts. This portrait is exemplified through Malcolm's reaction to Macduff's emotional outburst in Act IV, as well as through Lady Macbeth's contention that Macbeth would be considered weak and cowardly if he did not murder King Duncan.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth's Dagger Speech
931 words, approx. 3 pages
A description and analysis of Macbeth's famous "dagger speech" in William Shakespeare's classic tragedy, "Macbeth." In the speech, Macbeth ruminates about the possibilities of killing Duncan and the deviancy of his own thoughts.
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Essay Grade: 83%
An Important Scene of Macbeth
913 words, approx. 3 pages
"To prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition,"says Macbeth, wrestling with his conscience to decide whether he should kill King Duncan in Act Once, Scene7. This scene is important to the overall impact of the play as it establishes Macbeth as a tragic hero rather than as a heartless villain, who deserves the audience's sympathy and respect despite his choice of evil and darkness.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth: Differences in Character in Relation to the King's Murder
913 words, approx. 3 pages
The stereotype of sex over the past couple hundred years is that men are the stronger, harder and more powerful sex. This statement is proved false in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Shakespeare successfully manages to break this stereotype in a believable and extremely artistic way. Lady Macbeth is more ruthless than her husband, Macbeth. This can be seen in 3 distinct stages: the initial reaction to the thought of the murder, the behavior of both characters prior to the murder, and their behavior following the murder.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Macbeth's Crippling Losses
912 words, approx. 3 pages
In Willam Shakespeare's "Macbeth," Macbeth's life is a tragedy because of the losses he experiences. Macbeth loses his soul (the "eternal jewel") in his mocking of the murderers' prayers. Macbeth also loses his reputation and manhood through his actions.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Shakespeare's Macbeth: Tyrant with a Conscience
908 words, approx. 3 pages
Macbeth is a paradox, showing signs of being both a ruthless tyrant and a man of conscience. Acts II and III of Shakespeare's play are explored.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Strength of Character
893 words, approx. 3 pages
Once Macbeth instigates Duncan's murder, guilt begins its own murder. With the inspiration of guilt, it conjures hallucinations of Banquo, unwashable hands, and a flying dagger to deteriorate Macbeth's and Lady Macbeth's sanity.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Nature of Shakespeare
891 words, approx. 3 pages
In his play “Macbeth,” William Shakespeare explores the negative effects of the supernatural on the natural human order. Shakespeare portrays the idea that the supernatural combined with the tendency of human nature to be greedy and selfish can lead to devastating consequences.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth's Motifs
887 words, approx. 3 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores Shakespeare's use of literary devices, motifs, moods, metaphors, similes, personification, and contrasts and how he is able to illustrate the fall of man in to a "river of blood."
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Essay Grade: 96%
Imagery of Snakes in Macbeth
880 words, approx. 3 pages
An analysis of the imagery used by by William Shakespeare in his classic drama, "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 94%
Imagery in Macbeth
876 words, approx. 3 pages
Imagery in Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Supernatural Encounters in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth"
876 words, approx. 3 pages
In his plays, William Shakespeare used the supernatural as a means through which to achieve plot and character development. In the case of "Macbeth," he uses the supernatural to introduce the darker side of Macbeth's personality. The three witches represent the primary supernatural component of the play; they succeed in fueling Macbeth's ambition, starting him down the path to madness, and providing him with a false sense of security that would eventually lead to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Deadly Words of Lady Macbeth
873 words, approx. 3 pages
The words of Lady Macbeth throughout William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" did not kill anyone, but her words were the ones that provoked her husband's pursuit of power and greed that led to murder.
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Essay Grade: 91%
Evil External Influences in "Macbeth"
871 words, approx. 3 pages
"The Tragedy of MacBeth" by William Shakespeare is about the conflicts that arise within a good man beset by evil external influences.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth
866 words, approx. 3 pages
We first see Macbeth as being loyal and patriotic but he quickly turns into a "butcher" as described by Malcolm. The behavior of Lady Macbeth contributes to Macbeths image and causes her to be perceived as a "fiend like queen."
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Essay Grade: 88%
How Shakespeare Portrayed Macbeth's and Lady Macbeth's Characters in "Macbeth"
861 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay shows how Shakespeare portrayed MacBeth's and Lady MacBeth's characters in MacBeth.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth and Oedipus
856 words, approx. 3 pages
Compares examples of leadership in the William Shakespeare play Macbeth and the play by the ancient Greek philosopher Sophocles, Oedipus. Describes how Oedipus and Macbeth, both powerful yet oblivious leaders, ruled in different manners, however, both rulers ultimately caused their own defeats as rulers.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth Vs. the Tempest
855 words, approx. 3 pages
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.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Role of Banquo in "Macbeth"
853 words, approx. 3 pages
Analyzes the role of Banquo in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth's Visit to the Witches in Act 4, Scene 1 Foreshadows His Ultimate Downfall
851 words, approx. 3 pages
In the play "Macbeth," written by William Shakespeare; the main character Macbeth is deeply influenced by the world of the supernatural. The essay explores why Macbeth visited the witches; what his state of mind was at that time; and the dramatic effects that the apparitions had on him in relation to the dramatic development of the play.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Macbeth Murders
844 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay shows how Macbeth's murders become more evil as the play develops.
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Essay Grade: 83%
The Role of Fate in "Oedipus Rex" and "Macbeth"
842 words, approx. 3 pages
Discusses the role of fate in "Oedipus Rex" and "MacBeth."
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Essay Grade: 85%
Macbeth Essay
841 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay deals with the quote "this dead butcher and his fiend like queen" from "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare and whether it is an accurate assessment of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Shakespearen Women
839 words, approx. 3 pages
Describes Shakespeare's depiction of women in Much Ado About Nothing and MacBeth. Describes how Shakespeare tells us many things about the roles of women in the lives of the common people of the Elizabethan time.
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Essay Grade: 81%
A Look at Roman Polanski's Vision of "Macbeth"
838 words, approx. 3 pages
An examination of the effectiveness of Roman Polanski's 1971 adaptation of Shakespeare's "Macbeth." particularly with regard to how Polanski's techniques compare to the original play and how they helped to establish the play's theme.
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Tragic Hero, Macbeth
837 words, approx. 3 pages
Explores the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Analyzes Macbeth as a tragic hero. Reviews the changes Macbeth goes through. Relates the changes to life as a modern teenager.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Banquo and MacBeth: Analysis of a Friendship
832 words, approx. 3 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores the relationship between Banquo and MacBeth . Describes how the friendship was was shattered by their strong differences yet initially driven by their similarities.
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Essay Grade: 83%
A Review of Major Themes in Macbeth
829 words, approx. 3 pages
Reviews the major themes contained in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Focuses on the connotation of the phrase 'fair is foul,foul is fair'.
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Essay Grade: 91%
Foil Vs. Main Characters
827 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay discusses how the presence of foil characters and their good qualities has an essential role in the outcome of the main protagonist in "Macbeth" and in "Romeo and Juliet."
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Essay Grade: 88%
The Unhappy Ending of Macbeth
823 words, approx. 3 pages
At the start of William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth," the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth was a strong, trusting bond. As the play progresses, however, the characters' yearning for power and kingship and their growing selfishness slowly tore them apart, leading both characters to an unhappy ending.
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Essay Grade: 83%
The Tragedy of Macbeth
822 words, approx. 3 pages
Shakespeare's Macbeth shows that even when the `perfect crime' is committed one eventually suffers; the facade behind which one hides. Lady Macbeth and the witches are the forces that push Macbeth toward evel and his eventual demise.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Paradoxical Transformation of Lady Macbeth
822 words, approx. 3 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Provides a character analysis of Lady Macbeth. Examines her transformation from the beginning to the end of the play.
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Essay Grade: 87%
Macbeth - Classic Tragedy
814 words, approx. 3 pages
Macbeth discuessed as a classic tragedy.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth
810 words, approx. 3 pages
Questions the classical evaluation of the character Lady Macbeth, from William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth. Debates if she is truly a fiend-like queen or a loyal wife. References writings by A.C Bradley and Thomas Thrasher.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Ambivalence of Macbeth
809 words, approx. 3 pages
In William Shakespeare's tragedy "Macbeth," the title character encounters great ambivalence in deciding whether to appease his conscience or to satiate his lust for power. The most significant display of this ambivalence is in Act I, Scene VII, in which Shakespeare effectively uses literary devices such as diction, imagery, and structure to portray Macbeth's indecisiveness over whether or not to kill King Duncan.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Soliloquy, Act 1 Scene 7
806 words, approx. 3 pages
Macbeth's soliloquy in Act I, Scene 7 of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" is vital to our understanding of both the play and its central character through its powerful expression of the idea of conflict. The soliloquy aids in developing the play as a tragedy, focusing on the potential of the individual for good or evil and the error of judgement that leads the hero to disaste. It also shows Macbeth's inner conflict, as he is torn between his ambition and his moral conscience.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Villain Macbeth
802 words, approx. 3 pages
Discusses the Shakspeare play, Macbeth. Describes Macbeth as the villain of the tragedy. Details how the character goes against his own conscience and by so doing brings about the ruin of a once great kingdom. T
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Essay Grade: 88%
"Blood Will Have Blood"
795 words, approx. 3 pages
Explores the theme of the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Describes the meaning and context of the quote "Blood will have blood."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth as a Tragic Hero
794 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay describes how Macbeth is a tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Life of Blood, Nature, and Supernatural
782 words, approx. 3 pages
Imagery in the tragedy Macbeth by William Shakespeare
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Essay Grade: 88%
Synthesis of Shakespeare's Macbeth
782 words, approx. 3 pages
Explores three different critiques of Shakespeare's Macbeth and describes how they relate to one another. Considers the message Shakespeare tried to convey in his tragedy.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Lady Macbeth
773 words, approx. 3 pages
Lady Macbeth is a fundamental example of a dynamic character who undergoes significant change. Initially Lady Macbeth can be perceived as a manipulative and deeply ambitious person. However, as the play progresses, Lady Macbeth's character changes to one that seems deeply regretful for her actions. Through Lady Macbeth's interactions and statements the reader views her metamorphesis from a sinister being into a remorseful soul.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Theme of Evil in "Macbeth" and "Lord of the Flies"
767 words, approx. 3 pages
How "Macbeth" by Shakespeare and "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding serve as warnings of evils in the human heart.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth and His Fall
767 words, approx. 3 pages
This describes the change in the character of Macbeth
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth
766 words, approx. 3 pages
Evil causes pain and suffering, Macbeth caused pain and suffering. Evil could be almost treated as its own entity as it has the power to grow and eventually take over people's minds and control their actions. `Macbeth' is about evil, however, innocent people and other issues such as ambition do not make the whole play about evil.
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Essay Grade: 90%
Macbeth Essay
765 words, approx. 3 pages
essay analyzes the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare and overlooks the themes in the play and how the protaganist leads himself to his own destruction. Also includes literary elements that are used in the play.
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Essay Grade: 87%
William Shakespeare's Macbeth: Personality Change in Macbeth
755 words, approx. 3 pages
Analyzes the character Macbeth, from the play Macbeth and evaluates the different changes in his personality that take place as time progresses.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth - Tragic Hero?
751 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay is about the tragedy "Macbeth" and concerns the question whether or not Macbeth is a "tragic hero."
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Essay Grade: 88%
Explores the Character of Lady Macbeth
748 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay explores the devious and scheming nature of Lady Macbeth in Act I Scene V of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth Symbols
748 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay concerns the symbolic references made in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Ambition
745 words, approx. 3 pages
William Shakespeare's, Macbeth is full of characters with ambition. Macbeth's tremendous ambition is not only the reason for his ascent, but also the reason for his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Dramatic Qualities of Act 2 Scene 2 of "Macbeth"
738 words, approx. 3 pages
This essay is on the dramatic qualities of Shakespere's Act 2 Scene 2 of "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 96%
Psychoanalysis of Lady Macbeth
738 words, approx. 3 pages
Freudian concepts of the id, ego, and superego can be seen in the actions of Lady Macbeth in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth, the Tragic Hero
737 words, approx. 3 pages
Essay provides a view on Macbeth as Aristotle's tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 87%
The Opening Sequence of Macbeth
732 words, approx. 2 pages
This is an essay conveying how the opening sequence of the play is intriguing.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: Symbolism of Sleep
730 words, approx. 2 pages
This paper talks about the symbolism of sleep in the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth: Literary Analysis
730 words, approx. 2 pages
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, a series of forces work against Macbeth and succeed in tempting him to murder King Duncan and assume the Scottish throne. As a consequence and result of murdering King Duncan, Macbeth's personality becomes cold, his marriage is separated, his friendships are severed, and his relation to his country is compromised. His decision and action to commit premeditated and cold-blooded murder alters and worsens every element of his life. He is constantly reminded of his terrible deed by his screaming conscience.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Witches Versus Macbeth
726 words, approx. 2 pages
The witches in Shakespeare's Macbeth adversely affect several characters, including King Duncan, Lady Macbeth, and Macbeth. The witches succeed in bringing down all three by bringing out the character flaws and insecurities of each individual.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Change from Hero to Villain
724 words, approx. 2 pages
In William Shakespeare's action-filled play "Macbeth," Macbeth changes from being a brave and valient hero to a heartless murderer and villain. The witches, Lady Macbeth, and Macbeth's own personal ambition all serve to influence Macbeth's actions during the course of the play, and these influences in turn affect Macbeth's image among other characters.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Analysis of the Most Couragous Character in "Macbeth"
723 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay shows who is the most couragous character in "Macbeth" from the characters of Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, and Macduff.
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Essay Grade: 90%
Lady Macbeth
722 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay describes the character of Lady Macbeth, and how she changes throughout the play of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Murderous Intentions
707 words, approx. 2 pages
Explores the themes of both blood and water in Shakespeare's tragic play, Macbeth. With accurately cited quotes, it explores how the themes of blood and water portray the elements of murder, death and treason seen throughout Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Macbeth's Uncertainty
700 words, approx. 2 pages
Macbeth proved very uncertain in his thoughts and did not have any legitimate reasons for killing King Duncan and obtaining the throne except for his own ambition and greed to become king. It is a classic tale of power, ambition, and murder.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Enticed to Kill
698 words, approx. 2 pages
Explores the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Analyzes the character of Lady Macbeth and examines how she manipulates Macbeth to kill King Duncan. Describes the literary style in her speech.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth's Decent in to Darkness
695 words, approx. 2 pages
An exploration of the character Macbeth and the circumstances that lead to his eventual demise.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Macbeth's Free Will over Good and Evil
690 words, approx. 2 pages
How Macbeth choose good over evil in William Shakespeare's classic drama.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Feasting and Macbeth
689 words, approx. 2 pages
Examines the importance of feasting in Shakespeare's tragic play, Macbeth. Describes how although Macbeth attempts to project a climate of order - social, political, and moral - at the banquet, in reality the scene reveals a decided lack of order in both Macbeth and in the kingdom he has created.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth Analysis on Sleep
686 words, approx. 2 pages
William Shakespeare's Macbeth can be analyzed by the irregular sleep patterns that symbolize Macbeth and this wife's guilt. Through motifs, the theme of guilt overtaking a person's life and corroding his/her conscience prevails in Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Tragical Story
679 words, approx. 2 pages
Examines the use of imagery in Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth. Considers how Shakespeare uses imagery to represent objects, actions and ideas. Focuses on the imagery of blood/water, light/dark and food as used to create the atmosphere and mood of the play.
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Essay Grade: 95%
Comparing Macbeth and Much Ado about Nothing
677 words, approx. 2 pages
A comparison on the tragedy and comedy in William Shakespeare's Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Do You Agree that Pride is Macbeth's Tragic Flaw?
674 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay provides a discussion of how pride is the tragic flaw of Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Inevitability in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth"
671 words, approx. 2 pages
All the actions that take place in William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth" are inevitable. Despite the arguments to the contrary, the witches were not responsible for Macbeth's actions in killing Duncan, and fate plays an integral role in all the events that take place.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Evil's Influence on Macbeth
671 words, approx. 2 pages
In William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," Macbeth is not inherently evil; manipulation and influence by Lady Macbeth and the Weird Sisters overwhelmed him and forced him into committing evil acts.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Themes in "Macbeth"
669 words, approx. 2 pages
A analysis of the themes in Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 92%
Imagery in "Macbeth"
669 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the imagery used by Shakeapeare in "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Importance of the Supernatural in Macbeth
666 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Focuses on the role of the supernatural in the play. Analyzes how the supernatural allows readers to understand and empathize with the protagonist in the play.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Lady Macbeth
658 words, approx. 2 pages
Examines the evolution of the character Lady Macbeth throughout the play Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare. Explores how Lady Macbeth changes after Macbeth is crowned king of Scotland. Describes how, despite her strength, she is slowly weakened by her conscious.
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Essay Grade: 87%
The wrongs committed in MacBeth
654 words, approx. 2 pages
William Shakespeare: MacBeth

There were many wrongs committed in "MacBeth." But who should bear the major responsibility for these actions?

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Essay Grade: 88%
Is Macbeth a Play about Loss?
647 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay describes how the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare is about loss.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth's Room: A Portal to His Thoughts
644 words, approx. 2 pages
A description of the living chambers of William Shakespeare's Macbeth and how it reflects the duality of Macbeth's personality.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Culpability of Macbeth
643 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Examines to what extent Macbeth is to blame for the tragic events in the play.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth: from Humane to Cutthroat
643 words, approx. 2 pages
Any dynamic character is one who undergoes an important, notable change in the course of a story. Shakespeare's Macbeth is one of the most dynamic of characters, moving from light to dark, warm-hearted to cold-hearted; even good to evil. This transformation is vividly visible from his first contemplation of killing Duncan, to when he gives no second thought against the assassination of Banquo.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth, The Real Villain
642 words, approx. 2 pages
Lady Macbeth, the real villain of Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 84%
Macbeth
641 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay provides a character analysis of Macbeth from William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Fate Vs. Free Will in Macbeth
641 words, approx. 2 pages
Examines the effect of fate in the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Questions if fate is the cause of Macbeth's downfall.
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Essay Grade: 83%
The Dramatic, The Poetic and the Thematic in Shakespeare's Macbeth
637 words, approx. 2 pages
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.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: Analysis of the Character and the Play
634 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay provides a character analysis of Macbeth as well as the play by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 87%
Lady Macbeth, Tragic Hero
634 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay discusses if Lady Macbeth is really a tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 95%
Macbeth: Appearance Vs. Reality
628 words, approx. 2 pages
The theme of Shakespeare's Macbeth deals mainly with appearance versus reality.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Leaders and Folllowers
628 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay offers a comparison of Lady Macbeth and Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Masculinity in "Macbeth"
624 words, approx. 2 pages
In his play "Macbeth," William Shakespeare equates manhood and masculinity with aggression, violence, and self-expression. His examples of masculinity give an ironic tone to the play, which gives these symbols greater emphasis and a heightened significance.
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Essay Grade: 91%
Macbeth's Character Development
624 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay explains in various ways how the main character of MacBeth has been developed.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Free Will versus Fate in "Macbeth"
623 words, approx. 2 pages
The debate over whether Macbeth had free will or if his fate was sealed in William Shakespeare's famous work.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Causes of Macbeth's Downfall
618 words, approx. 2 pages
In the play "Macbeth," both the witches and Lady Macbeth were responsible for Macbeth's downfall. Macbeth was at first a noble, loyal man who would never harm his king. However, the witches' foretelling gave Macbeth greater ambition and desire to become king himself, and Lady Macbeth's manipulation and insistence led him to commit the murders needed to fulfill this heightened ambition.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Equivocation in "Macbeth"
616 words, approx. 2 pages
William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" is full of equivocation and double meanings. This makes the play more appealing and interesting because the audience sees the betrayals and treachery and understands what is going on with the characters as they discuss it. Macbeth, the witches, and other characters all use equivocation in their actions and words to emphasize the theme of duplicity in this tale of lies and murder.
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Essay Grade: 89%
Masks in "Macbeth"
615 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay discusses the symbolism of putting on masks in the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Change in Macbeth
612 words, approx. 2 pages
An overview of the change of heart experienced by Macbeth in William Shakespeare's play. Falling victim to the witches' alluring prophecy, Macbeth changes from humble to arrogant, from conscience to ruthless, and from compliant to power-hungry.
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Essay Grade: 93%
Macbeth: Maturation
609 words, approx. 2 pages
Short essay about Macbeth maturing throughout the novel.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth: What Causes His Downfall?
609 words, approx. 2 pages
This essay describes the causes of the downfall of Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth Manipulated
607 words, approx. 2 pages
In William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth," the main character Macbeth is a puppet manipulated by the words coming from the three witches and Lady Macbeth. The four instigators provide Macbeth with the motivation and confidence he needs to kill Duncan and perform his other dark deeds.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Guilty or Just Pain Sick?
605 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Debates if Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are innocent or guilty of plotting murder.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Staging Macbeth
604 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Explores the way language, stagecraft, and symbolism are used in the play. Provides supporting evidence from the text.
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Essay Grade: 92%
The Tragic Characteristics of Macbeth
599 words, approx. 2 pages
An essay about Macbeth and how his characteristics killed him.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: The Supplementary Roles of Banquo, Macduff, and Malcolm
597 words, approx. 2 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores the supplementary roles of characters Banquo, Macduff, and Malcolm. Contends that while Macbeth is the tragic hero, the story could not survive without these key players.
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Essay Grade: 90%
Veil of Virtue
591 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the ever present theme of deception in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Selective Depiction of Women in Macbeth
586 words, approx. 2 pages
Lady Macbeth is effective conspirator, but fails in being a mother. Lady Maduff is an effective mother, but can not find a way to protect herself from physical harm. Interestingly, nor can Lady Macbeth protect herself from her mental danger.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Power and Control in "Macbeth"
581 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay discusses how power and control influence the characters of "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 96%
Polanski Vs Freestone
577 words, approx. 2 pages
Said to be one of Shakespeare's most tragic plays, Macbeth ventures deep within the dark side of human nature. What makes Shakespeare's plays successful is that the themes behind them are still relevant in today's society. Two directors, Polanski and Freestone, have tried to recapture the story of Macbeth using film. Freestone wanted to recapture the general storyline without too much manipulation of the text, but creative visuals. This comparison reflects the director's analysis of the play, and their views behind the theme of the play.
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Essay Grade: 89%
Lady Macbeth: a Deadly Change
577 words, approx. 2 pages
Describes the changes of Lady Macbeth in the book "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth's Role in the Play Macbeth
575 words, approx. 2 pages
Lady Macbeth has much to do with the success of William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth." Early in the play she is stronger, more ruthless, and more ambitious than her husband, and she uses her womanly skills of manipulation to persuade Macbeth to kill King Duncan. As she tells Macbeth to remain strong after the murder, however, she herself becomes affected as visions related to the bloodshed begin to weigh down her conscience. The visions eventually drive Lady Macbeth to insanity and eventually suicide.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: An Analysis of Lady Macbeth
572 words, approx. 2 pages
Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Analyzes the character of Lady Macbeth. Examines her conscience, which seems to have never appeared or mattered to her before, suddenly becomes an uncontrollable part of her psychological state of being.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Summary of Macbeth
572 words, approx. 2 pages
Macbeth, by William Shapespeare. It is mostly a summary of the picture version.
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Essay Grade: 75%
Security in Macbeth
566 words, approx. 2 pages
In this particular story, Shakespeare used a few distinct types of overconfidence. Duncan has his confidence in other people. Banquo has his in strong friendships. On the contrary, Macbeth had his all invested in himself.
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Essay Grade: 78%
Analysis of Macbeth
562 words, approx. 2 pages
One of Shakespeare's greatest skills as a dramatist was his ability to create a strong interest in minor characters very quickly and to set those minor characters in relation to the play's major characters, events, and themes. Their common trait of being innocent victims makes the reader feel compassion and pity towards them.
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Essay Grade: 90%
Macbeth's Fatal Flaw That Leads to His Demise
552 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay discusses how Macbeth's desire to be king led to his demise.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Is Macbeth Considered a Tragic Hero?
543 words, approx. 2 pages
This essay explains whether or not Macbeth should be considered a tragic hero.
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Essay Grade: 88%
A Modern Day Macbeth
539 words, approx. 2 pages
Shakespeare's plays are timeless in that the characters he created in the past hold relevancy to this day and will in the future.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Tragedy of Macbeth
535 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay discusses the tragedy of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 75%
Macbeth
535 words, approx. 2 pages
In Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and Macbeth are faced with an obstacle they need to overcome in order for Macbeth to become king. In Macbeth, Lady Macbeth appears to be more determined and ruthless that Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth, A Review and Analysis
534 words, approx. 2 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Provides a plot synopsis. Explores the evolution of the character, Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Good and Evil Forces on Macbeth
531 words, approx. 2 pages
Internal and external forces led to Macbeth's actions in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Internally, there were conflicts between his personality and his ambition. Externally, the witches and Lady Macbeth led to his contemplation of murdering Duncan.
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Essay Grade: 96%
The Vaulting Ambition of "Macbeth"
529 words, approx. 2 pages
In "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, Macbeth is seen as a brave and noble man, but he is vulnerable to his tragic flaw of "vaulting ambition" that drives his power-hungry actions that lead to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 84%
Macbeth: Evil Is Darkness
524 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay is about the evil in "Macbeth" and the witches throughut the play of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 87%
Macbeth Dramatic Monologue
520 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay discusses the dramatic monologue in Macbeth, in William Shakespeare's tragedy "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Comparison of Two Macbeth Productions
518 words, approx. 2 pages
Provides a comparison of two Macbeth productions, one directed by Polanski, and the other by McKellar. Discusses how each director handles the William Shakespeare text in a very different fashion.
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Essay Grade: 91%
Macbeth's Divided Character
517 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay provides a description of Macbeth's divided character in Act I Scene VII of Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth
503 words, approx. 2 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Discusses the character of Lady Macbeth. Evaluates a speech by Lady Macbeth in which she pressures Macbeth to kill King Duncan, insults Macbeth's manliness, and renounces her own femininity.<
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Moral Corruption of Shakespeare's Macbeth
490 words, approx. 2 pages
Describes how moral corruption brings about the downfal of William Shakespeare's character Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 93%
Guilt in Macbeth
490 words, approx. 2 pages
This is an essay on how guilt affects Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and Macduff in the play.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Human Values in Macbeth
489 words, approx. 2 pages
Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Considers how the theme of loyalty offers insight about human life. Concludes that when given the opportunity to display loyalty, power, revenge and greed cause treachery.
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Essay Grade: 76%
Macbeth
487 words, approx. 2 pages
Shakespeare's Macbeth: The need for power
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Change of Character
484 words, approx. 2 pages
William Shakespeare's Macbeth undergoes a character transformation from good to evil and paranoid under the influence of Lady Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Lady Macbeth: Partner in Crime
480 words, approx. 2 pages
An examination of the thematic role of Lady Macbeth in William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth." The general premise applied in this examination is that Lady Macbeth contributes both to the psychological drama of crime and punishment and to the thematic issues of natural growth and fruition that underlie the play's action.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth
478 words, approx. 2 pages
Explores the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Examines the element of tragedy in the play. Discusses who is ultimately responsible for the downfall of Macbeth.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Role Reversal in "Macbeth"
477 words, approx. 2 pages
This essay is about role reversal in "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Soliloquy Analysis-lady Macbeth's Unsex Me Speech
473 words, approx. 2 pages
A soliloquy analysis from the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. The solilquy is said by Lady Macbeth and it is her unsex me speech.
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Essay Grade: 96%
Lady Macbeth's Unsex Me Speech
473 words, approx. 2 pages
Soliloquy analysis for Lady Macbeth's Unsex me speech, from Macbeth by William Shakespeare
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Essay Grade: 91%
How Macbeth Relates to Modern Events and Truths
462 words, approx. 2 pages
Explores how Shakespeare's novel, Macbeth, holds certain timeless truths about human nature and links them to contemporary events.

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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: A Comparison of the Play & Movie
456 words, approx. 2 pages
Examines the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Compares the film version directed by Roman Polanski, with the original text. Focuses on the similar theme of the struggle for power.
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Essay Grade: 95%
Internal Conflicts Determine Themes
455 words, approx. 2 pages
An explanation of why the internal conflicts of main characters have a large effect on the theme of any piece of literature using the "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding and "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare as examples.
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Essay Grade: 88%
How Banquo is a foil to Macbeth
450 words, approx. 2 pages
Essay describes how Banquo is a foil to Macbeth in the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 88%
Desire and Reason
440 words, approx. 2 pages
This essay is about Macbeth and the occurrence of the words Desire and Reason, and their significance in the play.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Macbeth, A Character Analysis
432 words, approx. 1 pages
Analyzes the title character of Shakespeare's Macbeth, the protagonist of the play. Examines how Macbeth is a dichotomy of strength and weakness.
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Essay Grade: 92%
Macbeth and Eve of St. Agnes
427 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay discusses how Macbeth and Eve of St. Agnes relate to each other.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Influences on Macbeth
419 words, approx. 1 pages
Explores the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Discusses Macbeth's tragic flaw and examines the influences which changed his nature.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Lady Macbeth
415 words, approx. 1 pages
Defining the character trait that defines Lady Macbeth in the Shakespearean play "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Comparing the Play & Movie
411 words, approx. 1 pages
Examines the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Compares the original text with the Roman Polanski film. Considers how the film version establishes greater understanding of the role of supernatural in "Macbeth" with the help of emotions and sound effects.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Notion of Loyalty in "Macbeth"
406 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay provides a look at the reoccuring theme of loyalty in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Polanski's Macbeth, Film Techniques
397 words, approx. 1 pages
Describes how director Roman Polanski uses different film techniques to introduce the themes and characters of his film version of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Includes an analysis of camera shots, sound and symbols used in the film.
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Essay Grade: 84%
Macbeth: My Version
394 words, approx. 1 pages
A revised story of Macbeth for the modern times.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth: Ambitious Character
384 words, approx. 1 pages
This essay explains the ambiguity of Macbeth in the play "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 81%
The Tragic Hero of Macbeth
380 words, approx. 1 pages
Macbeth is typical of William Shakespeare's tragic heroes. Macbeth is moral and noble yet has a tragic flaw (ambition) that causes a downfall.
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Essay Grade: 85%
Macbeth: Act 1 Scene 7 - Lady Macbeth's Persuasion
362 words, approx. 1 pages
Brief essay about the language Lady Macbeth uses in Act 1 Scene 7 to persuade Macbeth to kill Duncan.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Changes in Macbeth's Character
358 words, approx. 1 pages
Examines the title character of the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Discusses Macbeth's character flaws and describes how these lead to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Meeting the Witches in "Macbeth"
358 words, approx. 1 pages
In "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, a turning point comes when Macbeth and Banquo meet the witches and hear their prophecies. This awakens Macbeth's "vaulting ambition," leading him to plot the murders that lead to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Macbeth's Ambition
334 words, approx. 1 pages
Explores themes from the tragic play, Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Describes how Macbeth's ambition ruled his actions and led to murder.
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Essay Grade: 75%
Who Influenced Macbeth?
333 words, approx. 1 pages
Various characters have influenced Macbeth: the witches, Lady Macbeth and his own ambition. Although they all played a part in influencing Macbeth, I strongly believe that, with a doubt, Lady Macbeth influenced him the most.
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Essay Grade: 86%
The Witches of "Macbeth"
326 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay is an analysis on "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare and how the supernatural manipulated and induced Macbeth to his destruction.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Duncan's Murder from "Macbeth"
325 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay is in the form of a news article regarding the murder of Duncan from William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 82%
Macbeth Was Solely Responsible for His Downfall
323 words, approx. 1 pages
This essay is about Macbeth and how his human nature, Lady Macbeth's persuasions, and the witches prophecies all contributed to his downfall.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth Composition
312 words, approx. 1 pages
Throughout the play, Macbeth, Shakespeare weave the theme "Foul is fair and fair is foul" by using events and characters in the play. Numerous times Shakespeare used the witches' predictions, character's personal wants, and character's thoughts to weave the theme.
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Essay Grade: 81%
Macbeth and the Floating Dagger
302 words, approx. 1 pages
Macbeth and the significance of the floating dagger.
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Essay Grade: 83%
Genders Role in "Macbeth"
291 words, approx. 1 pages
Examines the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Describes how the motif and theme of gender is handled by Shakespeare.
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Essay Grade: 87%
Blind Ambition
287 words, approx. 1 pages
A poem on Macbeth's blind ambition, it is a parody to "The Night Before Christmas" and an ACT 2 summary.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Macbeth's Actions
254 words, approx. 1 pages
Was Macbeth in charge of his own actions or was he a victim of the witches' preditions and Lady Macbeth's urges.
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Essay Grade: 84%
Macbeth: Act 1 Scene 2 - Macbeth's Appearance
243 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay describes how the actors in Act 1 Scene 2 talk of Macbeth's appearance.
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Essay Grade: 75%
Examine Lady Macbeth's Soliloquy and Show How It Is Used to Develop Character.
185 words, approx. 1 pages
Through Lady Macbeth's soliloquy, it can b e concluded that she is a vile person. Her words "It is too full o th'milk of human kindness", show how implicitly evil she is. These words are used because she is trying to challenge he husbands manhood, and therefore, this would make him want to commit the murder to prove to her that he is a man.
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Essay Grade: 79%
Macbeth: Act 1 Scene 1 - Witches Appearance
182 words, approx. 1 pages
An essay researching the appearance of the 3 witches given to the reader in Act 1 Scene 1 of "Macbeth."
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Essay Grade: 86%
Soliloquy in Act 1 Scene 7 of Macbeth
169 words, approx. 1 pages
This paper translates MacBeth's soliloquy in Act 1 Scene 7.
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Essay Grade: 86%
Sleepwalking in Macbeth
168 words, approx. 1 pages
Essay discusses Macbeth's insomnia.

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