Power-hungry Macbeth Macbeth is a very compelling and twisted character to observe on a large-scale. His development as a main character can be a bit questionable as he went from relatively normal for his culture, to the point where he terrified and ruled Scotland with an iron fist. How did this one man go from waiting patiently for the crown, to going out and murdering everyone in his path to the crown? Through the progression of Macbeth’s motives, relationships, and emotions in this Shakespeare work, it can be determined that the want of power makes Macbeth into a disturbing, unreliable, psychopath.
The tragic play Macbeth contains many different types of characters in terms of how much they change. Some are very dynamic and others are very static. This means some stay the same throughout the entire play, some completely change and some die before they have a chance to change. The variety in characters makes the play enticing and makes you want to continue until the end.
How does Lady Macbeth change over the course of the play? Over the course of the play the characters of both Macbeth and his wife Lady Macbeth develop intensively. They share similar ambitions, but it is Lady Macbeth who dares to do unspeakable things to accomplish them. This creates great conflict within Lady Macbeth who does not conform to the traditional female stereotypes of her epoch.
How many times have we heard about the Shakespeare 's influence? Because of the particular and flawless works of William Shakespeare, it is not surprising that why he is one of the most influential person in the literary society for more than century. Undoubtedly, there are many people willing to let their heart be broken and cry for his work over and over again. Although his body was consumed by the time, his name and spirit are still breathing in our world through the poetry, literature, book or even movie. It can be found Shakespeare 's influence in every entertainment industry, especially his shortest and bloodiest tragedy like 'Macbeth ', which is the most famous one.
Men are perceived by society as the brave ones; the ones who do what must be done in times of need. Throughout Shakespeare's ‘Macbeth’, valiant actions are made in the notion that it's the manly thing to do . Consequently, Macbeth murders king Duncan as he deems it a necessary crime he must do as a man in order to fulfill his ambitions. During the Elizabethan era, anything that was brave, courageous, or took ambition was deemed a manly act. If you were a female, doing something that took strength would be seen as nonviable.
Lady Macbeth Portrayal Throughout centuries, countless of personalities have risen and has had an effect either positive or negative to the community that revolves around them. Each person has a unique but defined character trait that sets them apart. However, if this was not the case, and everybody operated the same way, the world will be in a linear path summed up of same ambitions, goals, and character traits. In summary, no one would stand out from another.
One reason why I believe Lady Macbeth should be blamed for Macbeth’s downfall is that she is a manipulative person. While some people may solely accuse Macbeth of committing regicide, it was Lady Macbeth who manipulated Macbeth into doing these acts. Most people should remember that Macbeth tried backing out of Lady Macbeth’s plan, but she still insisted on getting him to proceed with the murder. Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth “When you durst do it, then you were a man;” (1.7.56) when Macbeth told Lady Macbeth that he was backing out. Lady Macbeth tries to emasculate Macbeth just because he doesn’t agree to go through with the murder.
Those who are weak often manipulate others to do the things they cannot. Shakespeare's Tragedy of Macbeth describes two characters’ desire for power, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Throughout the play, Lady Macbeth displays many facets to her personality. She is such a diverse and complicated character that it is hard to know if she is truly evil or weak. However, no matter how strong and evil Lady Macbeth appears to be to others, her weakness is clearly apparent when she is alone.
It has been often said that Shakespeares plays are no longer relevant to the 21st century, but I think otherwise. I believe that Shakespeares plays are still very relatable and the themes can still connect with the 21st century. Macbeth, for example, has many themes that could connect with the themes and fundamentals of today. Some of the themes in Macbeth that are relevant today is the corruption of power, ambition, and fate. All of these themes happen today in the 21st century, making Macbeth very relevant today.
A relationship is where two people care about each other and put their significant other before themselves. A good relationship consists of a lot of hard work, the couple should be loyal, forgive each other, and communicate. Each relationships change over time, sometimes get better and sometimes become worse. A relationship takes a lot of effort and time. One of the most dramatic marriages ever read about was Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s.
The play, The Tragedy of Macbeth, starts with three witches saying “foul is fair and fair is foul,” (I.1.10) which means good things turn into bad things and bad things turn into bad things. Macbeth was a normal brave soldier fighting for his master. The Macbeth’s ambition awakened when three witches made a prophecy that Macbeth will become the king of the Scotland. And Macbeth was enticed by Lady Macbeth to kill anyone who is a distraction to accomplish his goal. The power he gained from killing Duncan enlarges the Macbeth’s ambition.
Lady Macbeth is a multifaceted character because she displays evil tendencies while still maintain many of her other qualities such as ambition and goodwill. Even when her character seems evil the the good aspects of her character are still apparent Shakespeare shows his intent of the charter lady Macbeth to be a multifaceted character when she could nit go through with the murder of King Duncan but instead asks her husband Macbeth to do it. This shows that Lady Macbeth that Macbeth was not added into the play to serve as a solely evil character but instead a multifaceted character. Lady Macbeth is portrayed as a loving wife in the play an till she wants king Duncan to die and can not go through with it herself .She