Violence In Macbeth And Wuthering Heights

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It is said that violence can turn a person mad. Is it truly connected to violence or is it an outside source? We can debate and weigh the differences as to how one act of violence can completely change the outlook of a person, but would you not think that there must be a triggered emotion or drive within that person to take the next step? Although the word “violence” and “madness” are words used in many acts of crime, but where can we apply it into a(n) area where it has it’s actual meaning and connection too? An example that can best describe the actual definition of “violence” and “madness” are the book/play of Macbeth and Wuthering Heights; Macbeth and his absurd behavior towards his people and himself. Heathcliff and his drive to get revenge towards those who have given him pain.
In the beginning of the play Macbeth; there is a strong, undefeatable, loyal soldier named
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Later on in the play Macbeth killed Banquo because Banquo became suspicious of Macbeth’s behavior and the fear of him finding out the truth Macbeth got him killed. At Macbeth’s coronation he see Banquo’s ghost; you can either rule it out spiritual or psychological but the way Macbeth acted in front of his kingsman made everyone suspicious as to why is he acting like this and why did he use the same story with Banquo getting killed by his son like he did with Duncan’s sons. The puzzle to the pieces started getting put together and everyone started to find out that Macbeth is the person behind the killings. Before Macbeth died he killed one more family, the Macduff family; the witches gave out warnings to Macbeth about Macduff and with that Macbeth took action and killed his whole family; Macduff did not find out about it until Ross told Macduff and he wanted his revenge. At the end of the play Macduff and Malcolm attacked the kingdom and in the hands of Malcolm he killed

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