Macbeth's Irony In 'Tears Of Tigers'

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Let me begin by saying that Andy had so much to live for but instead all he did was build up his guilt which affected him at school, home and mostly in end. Literally, there was no happy moments. All, there ever was sad, depressing and distressing moments. I mean he couldn’t take the pain and the pressure that was coming along his way. So, it all ended in a dramatic twist. Back to the question, Andy did feel guilty throughout the story when he was sitting in English class when his class was going over about Macbeth. In the book “Tears of Tigers”, it states that “ But I think the only reason that he was so depressed was because he had been the cause of so much death that couldn’t find nothin’ else good about livin’. That’s a wonderful observation,

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