How Does Bronte Present Betrayal In Macbeth

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Cortlen Frazier
Ms. Jo Weaver
English 4
29 May 2017 The theme of destructive love within relationships in shakespeare's macbeth and Bronte’s Wuthering Heights are presented through jealousy and betrayal. Explore how the writers present destructive love and now they affect the relationships in macbeth and wuthering heights. Analyze the way in which shakespeare and bronte present the theme of jealousy and betrayal. How do women gain control in a relationship lady macbeth gains control in her relationship with macbeth by using various methods. In act 1 scene 7 lady macbeth questions her husband's manhood by saying ‘’We fail? But screw your courage to the sticking- place and we’ll not fail. She controls the relationship by saying
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Besides he’s mines and i want the triumph of seeing my descendant fairly lord of their estates: my child hiring their children to till their father's land for wages. That is the sole consideration which can make me endure the whelp: i despise him for himself, and hate him for the memories he revives? He is stating that if catherine has a child with heathcliff he still wins because his child will own the property. That the other children will live on giving his children complete control which basically makes him still in control of catherine and heathcliff's property.

How does violence showed in Bronte’s wuthering heights and shakespeare's macbeth show violence. In shakespeare's macbeth says ‘’ stars hide your fires let not light see my black and deep desires. He says this because of the violent act of killing king duncan that he committed and he feels guilty about the deed that he has committed. He is also guilty of the murder of banquo that he has committed and the fact that banquo's son must live in constant fear and hiding for the rest of his life. Because of that horrible tragedy that he witnessed that happened to his father on that
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