There is one thing embedded human society and that is blame. Blame overall is the action of putting shame on a person because they may or may not have done something incorrectly. Blame seems to be used a lot with people because they do not want to accuse themselves of the problem for the reason to not look bad in front of others, so therefore they resort to blaming others. For instants, in William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, blame seems to be an important factor because there are many people who are to at fault for Romeo and Juliet's inevitable demise. From what the story shares, there are many people at fault but I believe that the two factors to blame for Romeo and Juliet death are the Juliet parents and Romeo and Juliet’s want
In the Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare has many hidden messages, not to mention many obvious ones. One message in the play is “Foul is fair and, fair is foul” (1.1.12) This quote can be translated out to, bad is good and good is bad. Confusing right? In the play, the main character, Macbeth gets the idea he may become king. The play follows him through his power struggle to the kingship, and it is not a good one.
“Life ... is a tale, Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.”― William Shakespeare, Macbeth. Shakespeare wrote numerous plays in which he gave great life lessons. In one of his most known work, Macbeth- a tragedy story that follows Macbeth on his path to power, in which Shakespeare dramatizes this and shows the audience the effect on people who seek power for its own sake. In this play there are many soliloquies, Looking into 3 main soliloquies: Lady Macbeth (1.5.44-60), Macbeth (2.1.42-73) and Macbeth (5.5 .19-30). Based on the understanding and the outstanding life lessons it has in it, the best one is Macbeth (5.5 .19-30).
If you are always around angry or sad people then your chances of being an angry person are very high. I agree that it also shapes someone by what they believe in or what they think about a certain opinion. I know that the place where I was brought up in made me a person that is sometimes in a very bad mood because everyone else around me was in a bad mood. I also know not to trust people so much to help you because you never know when they are going to leave you behind. But it also made me appreciate what I have and to love my life because I could be living my life starving and being homeless.
Macbeth is one of the most thoroughly dissected texts in literature to this day and is packed with societal elements like gender roles that are still prevalent in our modern society. In Macbeth, William Shakespeare believes that gender roles can manipulate people into conforming to their roles through challenging manliness, assuming weakness, and convincing of manhood. Early on, Shakespeare uses gender roles to set the stage for the rest of the play, in this case making Macbeth go through with killing Duncan. Macbeth has just been promoted to Thane of Cawdor and Duncan now dines in his home. Macbeth has heard the prophecy and seen that it has all been true up to this point, so does his wife.
Like the wife, Ann, I believe practically all people desire acceptance. However, life is not perfect and I know that I face rejection constantly. Like with the husband’s reasoning, often I have been excluded for insignificant reasons. Simply a change in skin color indicated an adjustment in the person he wanted to marry. In addition to the judgmental aspect, I can also relate to this man’s selfishness and desire for control in that I see people like him everyday.
Shakespearean romance tragedy Romeo and Juliet is easily one of the most famous plays in the history of English literature. However, there still remains a mystery centuries later that has not yet been determined for certain: Were Romeo and Juliet’s deaths caused by fate or was it their own mistakes that led them to their deaths? This goal of this essay is to convince the readers that it was indeed fate that led Romeo to kill himself. And the play has many proofs of that, including coincidence, margin for error, and love. The amount of coincidence in the play proves that fate had control in Romeo and Juliet, as the characters were ignorant and couldn’t prevent these coincidences.
Shakespeare is the greatest writer in all of written English; he is known most for his death-ridden tragedies. Shakespeare has written also, a substantial number of comedies, which have humor, but not the kind that would be found in modern-day comedies. Shakespeare had a fascination with death and love, both of which are common themes in his plays. In Shakespeare’s comedy about mistaken identity and twisted love, Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare has his villain make this comment about love, “Speak low if you speak love.” (Don Pedro, Act 2 Scene 1) Even though this was pulled from a comedy this line is very tragic, because it comes from the play’s villain. Shakespeare often likes to play this game of “Guess the Genre.” Pulling elements from
“Fair is foul, foul is fair...”(1,1,11) this well-known line in Shakespeare 's Macbeth challenges appearances versus reality and it remains a theme throughout the play. Shakespeare is notorious for using the theme appearances versus reality as seen in many of his plays such as Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Hamlet, and Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare uses the faults of the human perception to discover the Truth for this he is regarded as one of the most influential playwrights of all time. He exploits appearance and reality to advance the plot, but it also comments on greater issues. In Macbeth and Hamlet, it focuses on the characters that are deceived by appearance and the errors in these judgments.
Heroes are role models and have a great influence on individuals We are living in a diverse and opportunistic society today, heroes have become role models for the specific reason in the way which we think. Consequently, Many people become mad fans of their heroes and they even think heroes are always capable. However,people’s reaction and mind are literally affected by heroes. I am strongly against people who have heroes as their role model, because it is dangerous if people blind worship with heroes. Here are three reasons: people can lose their mind as they over obsessed with heroes, heroes can create a bad influence to people’s life.