Macbeth, Romeo And Juliet, And Twelfth Night

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William Shakespeare is a very renowned playwright and poet from the 17th and 18th centuries. Shakespeare’s work is so advanced that it can not compare to other great authors and poets such as Homer, Dante, Charles Dickens, and Leo Tolstoy. Some of his well-known plays include Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and Twelfth Night, all of which have very detailed characters. Shakespeare’s work is not the easiest to understand at first, but it all makes sense in the end. William Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a difficult piece of literature that directly reflects upon the Renaissance period, and it also portrays thematic events that happened throughout Shakespeare’s life.
William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564 in a small town known as Stratford-upon-Avon. …show more content…

One barrier or person he had to knock was his good friend, Banquo. Macbeth was afraid that Banquo would fulfill the prophecy as being King, so he arranged for Banquo to be killed. Now Macbeth felt happy as can be because no one could stop him from being the ruler over Scotland. Little did he know, that Banquo’s spirit was not going to have Macbeth be let out free for the two murders he committed. Banquo’s ghost spirit began haunting Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, but she is driven to madness by the guilt in her heart. The Weird Sisters assured Macbeth that he was not going to die in the upcoming battle against the late King Duncan’s son, Malcolm. Macduff, the servant that discovered King Duncan’s death, is in Malcolm’s army and surrender until Macbeth is killed. Macbeth discovered that Macduff was seeking to kill him, so he arranged the death of Macduff’s wife and children. Battle upon them was soon to come. Lady Macbeth killed herself because she felt terribly guilty for killing innocent people only to help make the prophecy come true. Macbeth was later murdered by Macduff in battle against Malcolm’s army and Malcolm became the new King of

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