Lady Macbeth And Curley's Wife Analysis

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The play written by William Shakespeare “Macbeth” is about a tragedy that took place in Scotland. The play shows that when an individual seeks political power for his own selfish sake, he is bound to go through physical and psychological effects of it. The character that will be in focus from this play will be Lady Macbeth, wife of Macbeth (the main character). Lady Macbeth was the type of person who wanted power and would want nothing less than that. She had tried every trick in her power to attain power and throne so that she is able to rule the place the way she wanted.
The novel written by John Steinbeck “Of Mice and Men” is mainly about two men George Milton and Lennie Small who are displaced migrant ranch workers. They move from place to place in California regarding new job opportunities during the Great Depression in the United States. The character that will be in focus from this novel is Curley’s Wife. Curley was another character in the novel that crosses path with Lennie and George. Curley’s Wife is the kind of woman who is flirtatious and tries to rule lower class people in the ranch just because her husband has the kind of authority at the ranch people.
The paper will focus on 4 similarities and 4 contrasts between Lady Macbeth and Curley’s Wife. The compare and contrast will be done with the help of (Point+Evidence+Explanation) PEE+Further explanation process. This will help in understanding the characters in a clear way.

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