question 5: describe at least one important object or symbol in the written text. Explain why this object or symbol helped you understand at least one character. Quotes: ‘Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires’‘As they had seen me with these hangman’s hands.’‘Out, damned spot! out, I say!’‘Macbeth does […]

what matters most in a text is what goes on beneath the surface  The idea of reading between the lines gives you more truth about the text, is true. An example of where reading between the lines gives more truth to the text is in the play Macbeth written by William Shakespeare. Shakespeare has twisted […]

Conflict, both internal and external, in Macbeth helps us understand the main messages of the play. The conflict that Lady Macbeth has internally is with guilt. This feeling of guilt has come from her ambition to have power which she uses and abuses to her full extent. The consequences of her ambition is the internal […]

Ambition is the desire to achieve something. The four texts that I talk about in this essay each have their own ambition, either good or bad. The four texts are Macbeth, Ozymandias, Gattaca, and Harry Potter. Each of their ambitions controls their lives and each of them wishes to for fill their ambitions. Some of […]

William Shakespeare is an famous English poet, writer and actor. He was born in April 1564 and died 23 of April 1616. In the years that he was alive he wrote 37 plays, and one was Macbeth. The play Macbeth is based of a true story, it is based of the real 11 century Scottish […]

malcolm macduff rosse doctor   Malcolm is suspicious, fearing that Macduff might betray him to Macbeth for personal reward. Macduff is dismayed to be suspected in this way. to test Macduff’s loyalty, Malcolm pretends to be even more sinful than Macbeth. Malcolm pretends to be lustful and avaricious and lacking in all the virtues that […]

throughout the play shakespeare gives the audience the extra knowledge of what the characters are thinking. this is known as spoken thoughts. this allows the characters to give the audience an insight to their plans that come in on futher in the play, they foreshadow plans and actions that happen later on in the play. […]

Act 1 scene 3: We meet Macbeth in this scene. I this scene we meet the three witches again and they tell macbeth that he is the thane of cordaw. They also tell banquo that his kids will be kings but not him. This makes us think that macbeth’s children will not carry the line […]

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