Why does Macbeth fail? Well to start off failure is everywhere in life which is no exception to Macbeth but with Macbeth there’s a problem for some reason Macbeth can’t accept the fact he fails. Macbeth is constantly failing to achieve what he hopes to accomplish, due to the fact that he was trying to fight something that he cannot stop. Macbeth's failure to accept his fate rather than fight it is the reason Macbeth's down fall. When Macbeth received his fate from the witches and apparitions he was happy so he let come not doing anything to stop it.
Fate does not always have to be known to its subject; it may work without anyone’s knowledge. One case where this is true is in Act 5 scene 2, when Friar John is explaining to Friar Laurence that he was unable to deliver the letter to Romeo, because he was suspected of the plague. Friar Laurence is seemingly unhappy, and is searching for a way to deliver the message to Romeo. All the meanwhile he blames “Unhappy fortune! The letter was not nice, but full of charge”(Pg 83) through the text Friar laurence blames fate for Friar John not being able to deliver the letter to Romeo.
Dramatic irony grabs the attention of the audience by adding more suspense. Soliloquies let the audience know the feelings and thoughts of a character, making them more attentive. Allusions give the audience something to think about and this makes them feel more involved. Overall, William Shakespeare’s marvelous job of the use of literary devices in The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet will add to his legacy, not to forget, the title of greatest English-playwright does him
On top of the huge tragedy King Hamlet's brother, Claudius, marries his deceased brothers wife. Act 1 is very intense, and gets the book off on a great start. All throughout the book are people questioning their decisions. In Act 1 a few of the watchmen seen a ghost. They then brought Prince Hamlet into the scene to look.
He only uses her so that he can gain the information he so badly craves and needs from Hamlet. Finally, the last male figure in Ophelia’s life that mistreats her is the title character, Hamlet. In the beginning of the play, the readers discover that Hamlet has
Throughout Macbeth, three characters seem to have control of Macbeth’s action and his life. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, and the We’ird Sisters all have some type of control over the actions of Macbeth. The wife of the play 's tragic hero, Lady Macbeth, pressures her husband into committing regicide so that she can then become queen of Scotland. Throughout the play, Lady Macbeth constantly diminishes her husband 's manhood forcing him to feel less of a man. Unhae Langis, once wrote that, “Lady Macbeth evokes shame in him [Macbeth] to get him back into the contest.” By constantly shaming her husband, Lady Macbeth holds a great amount of control on the way he sees himself.
Hamlet, the son of Gertrude, was distressed with his mother. Over the death of his father, his mother had married his uncle within a span of a few months. In Hamlet's famous soliloquy, he stated the weakness of women compared to men. He believed that his mother was mentally weak, and she could not live without a man by her side. Hamlet was certain that his mother made a foolish decision which she could not take back.
Hamlet promises to avenge his father, but takes a long time to do so because he want Claudius to be acting guilty so he goes to hell. Claudius and Gertrude believe that Hamlet is acting strangely and asks his friends to watch him. Soon, a group of actors who are traveling come to Elsinore, Hamlet uses them to try make Claudius guilty. When the actors do the play they do make Claudius leave the room, Hamlet follows him to kill him but he sees him praying and believes that it is not the right time. Hamlet meets with his mother, who is in the room with Polonius.
In the classic play, "Hamlet" the main character Hamlet suffers his father's death. As if this is enough to deal with, his Mother then quickly remarries to Hamlet's uncle. It is easy to imagine that this is hard to deal with. In Shakespeare's play, Hamlet reveals his complex thoughts of life and death by weighing the positives and negatives of each against each other through the use of figurative language. Due to the recent death of his father, and his Mother's marriage soon after, Hamlet has a very bleak outlook on life.
He spends a considerable amount of time on that one question alone. Goethe referrers to Hamlet’s innocence as a dream. “This past condition he remembers a vanishing dream.” It is ephemeral and it will not last. This prevents Hamlet from acting because he is always looking to his past innocence and never looking forward to a future of