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The Downfall Of Macbeth
Words: 1006 / Pages: 4

.... voice of his own conscience. He knows what he is doing is wrong even before he murders Duncan. His own conscience is nagging at him but he allows Lady Macbeth and greed to cloud his judgement. In referring to the idea of the murder of Duncan, Macbeth first states,"We will proceed no further in this business"(I, vii, 32). Yet, after speaking with Lady Macbeth he recants and proclaims, "I am settled, and bend up /Each corporal agent to this terrible feat"(I, vii, 79-80). He allows himself to be swayed by the woman he loves. Lady Macbeth gave him an ultimatum and provoked him by saying: When you durst do it, then you were a man; And to be more t .....


Is Macbeth The Tragic Hero Of The Play?
Words: 784 / Pages: 3

.... to the king of Scotland. He is the highest ranking noble, the thane of Cawdor and Glamis, and a general of the Scottish army. He also becomes the king of Scotland later in the play. Despite his status, he has a character defect. A tragic hero must have a character flaw. This character flaw causes him to make an error in judgment, "a mistaken act," which leads to his downfall. Because Macbeth is ambitious, he wants to become king. In order to take over the throne, he kills Duncan, and thus commits his terrible crime, and eventually is punished. The tragic hero must deserve his fate. He must not simply make a mistake, like stepping off a c .....


All My Sons: Summary
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.... was convicted. He was sent to prison and Joe was exonerated. Ann thinks that her father is a murderer, and that he might be responsible for Larry's death. Mother thinks that Larry isn't dead anyway, what Ann's father did has nothing to do with Larry. Joe tries to explain what he did. He says that military production was a mad house. The army needed the equipment badly and Ann's father panicked. Chris and Ann think that Ann's father is a murderer. Joe tries to find explanations and excuses for the mistake. Ann and Chris find out that they had loved each other for a long time, but they were too embarrassed to let the other one know. Ann doesn't want to .....


Death Of A Salesman: Willy Lowman's Escape
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.... The conversation between Willy and Linda reflects Willy's disappointment in Biff and what he has become, which is, for the most part, a bum. After failing to deal adequately with his feelings, he escapes into a time when things were better for his family. It is not uncommon for one to think of better times at low points in their life in order to cheer themselves up so that they are able to deal with the problems they encounter, but Willy Lowman takes it one step further. His refusal to accept reality is so strong that in his mind he is transported back in time to relive one of the happier days of his life. It was a time when no one argued, Willy and .....


Julius Ceaser: Character Analysis Of Marcus Brutus
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.... In the early acts of the play, Brutus says to Cassius, "What means this shouting? I do fear the people do choose Caesar for their king…yet I love him well."(act 1, scene 2, ll.85-89), as he is speaking to Cassius. Brutus loves Caesar, but would not allow him to "climber-upward…He then unto the ladder turns his back…"(act 2, scene 1, ll.24,26). As the quote says, Brutus would not allow Caesar to rise to power and then turn his back onto the people of Rome. After the assassination of Julius Caesar, Brutus talks to Antony about Caesar's death. "Our hearts you see not; they are pitiful; and pity to the general wrong of Rome…"(act 3, scene 1, l .....


Oedipus
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.... a predetermined destiny and fate that absolutely cannot be altered by the man himself. Yet, it has been the desire of man to avoid the perils that his fate holds and thus he unceasingly attempts to thwart fate and the will of the divine.. Within the principle of determinism, this outright contention to divine mandate is blasphemous and considered sin. This ideal itself, and the whole concept of determinism, is quite common in the workings of Greek and Classical literature. A manifest example of this was the infamous Oedipus of The Theban Plays, a man who tried to defy fate, and therefore sinned. The logic of Oedipus' transgression is actually qu .....


The Tragedy Of Hamlet
Words: 966 / Pages: 4

.... avoided many times. Hamlet had many opportunities to kill Claudius, but did not take advantage of them. He also had the option of making his claim public, but instead he chose not too. A tragic hero doesn't need to be good. For example, MacBeth was evil, yet he was a tragic hero, because he had free will. He also had only one flaw, and that was pride. He had many good traits such as bravery, but his one bad trait made him evil. Also a tragic hero doesn't have to die. While in all Shakespearean tragedies, the hero dies, in others he may live but suffer "Moral Destruction". In Oedipus Rex, the proud yet morally blind king plucks out his eyes, and has t .....


Macbeth: A Shallow And Weak Man
Words: 348 / Pages: 2

.... him because he knows that since he has no children his name will end with his death. So in order to accept his death and the end of his name he wants to go out in greatness. This causes him to make the decision to kill Duncan. However where is the decency in taking another mans life for self-greatness? Macbeth feels total guilt as well as remorse. However this guilt doesn't stop him from making evil choices. He also fears his friend Banquo, a truly honorable man. Banquo is a good example of a decent man, he is both caring and a courageous friend. Do any of Macbeth's fears make him decent or gentle? Macbeth is a very brave and noble leade .....


Julius Caesar: Brutus
Words: 730 / Pages: 3

.... her very dearly. “O ye gods, render me worthy of this noble wife!” ( II, i, 303-304) Because of his profound stoicism, Brutus did not seem to show his graditude much when Portia killed her self. He simply drank wine to get ride of the pain and told Cassius to never speak of his wife again. “Lucius a bowl of wine! I did not think you could have been so angry, O Cassius, I am sick of many griefs. Of your philosophy you make no use If you give place to accidental evils. No man bears sorrow better. Portia is dead. Ha! Portia! She is de .....


King Lear - The Fool: A Motivated Character
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.... Fool is an “all licensed critic who sees and speaks the truth around him,” (162-165). He deals with the tragic aspect of life in its most universal form. The conflict of good with evil, of wisdom with folly, and the hopeless cry for justice are presented by the Fool. He sees the inner truth about the world. “Thou wouldst make a good fool,” (I, 5, 38) said the Fool to his master at the beginning of his misfortunes. He spoke as a prophet. The king lost everything including his wits, and has now himself become the fool. The Fool shows the sign of real sanity. The solution to the problem is set by the Fool; the problem of moral relati .....



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