On the other hand, Beatrice does not utilize a male mask to permit herself the right to speak freely. Her character is permitted opportunity on the grounds that it is done in a setting of diversion. Her skirmishes of mind in which she shares with Benedict ordinarily would not have been allowed, but rather in light of the fact that the contentions came about to be hilarious, the audience acknowledged her sharp tongue. In spite of the fact that Kate’s character is not as interesting as Beatrice’s, their characters do parallel one another on the grounds that they are both viewed as witty vixens. The two additionally have the same inspiration for such a forceful dismissal of societal limitations; their crew.
Who can be someone of great nobility, but fall short into the world of darkness and betray himself? Shakespeare wrote an intense drama called “The Tragedy of Macbeth” that took place in Scotland. Macbeth took all the measures to ensure he would reign as King, until his lust for power betrayed him, and caused him to fall into destruction. According to the somber tragedy of Macbeth, the theme good vs evil centralized Macbeth’s interactions through the witches, Lady Macbeth, and himself. To begin with, the conflict good vs evil is presented through Macbeth and the witches.
The last girl required the most self reflection on my part. Mostly because the way it ended was confusing and not very clear. It was a simple and enjoyable relationship. Things were going good for all I knew. It was nice to not have any hitches with the relationship.
In his works Zoshchenko puts his characters in such interesting circumstances, it is so simple but still they cannot adapt, and because of that they look silly, and sometimes even pathetic. One of the stories that I really liked was Classy Lady, and if we take a better look at the character of the story, Grigory Ivanovich, he may be a perfect example of this non-adaptive and absurd hero. He tells the story himself, which means that we perceive the narrative from the first person. It cannot be easier than this, we just found out from a protagonist about the outcome of his interest of an aristocratic lady. There seems to be no significant lesson out of this story at the first site.
He describes a child who is wearing a crown and deciphers it as the sons of Banquo will inherit the throne of Scotland just like the witches said at the beginning of the play. After that seven ghosts of kings appear with Banquo’s ghost and Macbeth exclaims that he does not understand who they are. Then he realizes they are Banquo’s descendants and says, “Horrible sight! Now I see ’tis true;/For the blood-boltered Banquo smiles upon me/ And points at them for his.” (IV.I.127-129). Macbeth still sees a blood covered Banquo and is haunted by the sight of his friend in such a way.
Macbeth is told his future will involve him becoming king. The last prophesy the Witches have for Macbeth is “All hail, Macbeth! that shalt be king hereafter” (1.3.50). Hearing this from the Witches is unbelievable because of the next men in line for the thrown. Lady Macbeth receives a letter about Macbeth’s, and Banquo’s, prophesies.
These two plays are very obscure compared to other tragedies because they both nearly have atrocities but they are avoided in the end. Although Iphigenia among the Taurians and Iphigenia at Aulis both show the prevention of
We did a fantastic job performing, but one can never be too prepared for a performance. As noted by one of the judges, we should have practiced talking louder, as some of us were a little quiet. We also could have spent more time on the costumes. They were very creative and brought the point across nicely, but they were minimal
The series made too many small changes that changed my feelings. If I hadn’t read the novel, I would’ve thought the television series was great. The actors and actresses in the television series portray each character beautifully, in my opinion. Though the main cast isn’t as large as it should be, the few characters we see continuously leave a mark on the viewer. Minor
As readers, we may not know the whole reason behind this occurrence, but Shakespeare. Readers can agree that Juliet’s parents had given her the consent to do what she wants unintentionally. Having too much freedom and free will at Juliet’s age can be beneficial, as well as disadvantages. Free will definitely do have consequences along the way like Juliet experiences. Just like Juliet, people don’t notice the freedom they have until something righteous or miserable has occurred.