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MacBeth as a Tragic Hero
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A 4 page paper building a case for describing Lady MacBeth as a tragic hero along with her husband. Aristotle defined the tragic hero as one who falls from grace to extreme unhappiness; the literary requirement of tragedy is death. Lady MacBeth meets both of these criteria. Broader definition requires that the audience feel sympathy for the tragic hero, which in the case of Lady MacBeth is more difficult. She does marginally meet the primary criteria of tragic hero, however, and can be said to share the position of tragic hero with her husband MacBeth. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSmacBethTragHero.rtf

Macbeth as Representative of Middle Ages
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A 3 page research paper that examines Macbeth as representative of medieval reality. The writer examines the historical details of Duncan's death and Macbeth's usurpation, as well as the details of Celtic warfare that Shakespeare utilizes. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khmachis.rtf

Macbeth Has Free Will
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This 3 page paper supports the notion that Macbeth, the protagonist in a play by the same name, has free will. The witches are discussed in depth. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Macbeth Questions
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A 3 page essay that discusses features of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” The writer discusses examples of figurative speech, major images and the scene in Act IV with Lady Macduff and her son. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khmacqu.rtf

Macbeth's Character Development/Act I
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A 3 page essay that analyzes Shakespeare's development of Macbeth's character in Act I. The writer argues that this shows how a man who was recently hailed as a hero of his country could turn traitor and commit the act of regicide. Throughout Act I, Shakespeare carefully builds the image of Macbeth as a man who is not motivated by principles, as it seemed to King Duncan in evaluating his performance in battle, but rather as a man who is primarily propelled by his own ambition. Examination of Act I demonstrates that Macbeth's actions are not controlled by either the witches or his wife, but rather that these elements bring out features of his character that were already present. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khmacich.rtf

Macbeth’s “Is This A Dagger” Soliloquy
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A five page look at this speech in Act II, Scene I, of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” This speech illustrates Macbeth’s lack of a sense of reality, and how his self-delusion colors his behavior in the rest of the play. No additional sources.
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Macbeth’s Relevance Today
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A 5 page paper which examines the play of Macbeth, illustrating how the characters, the plot, and the themes are still incredibly relevant today. Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.
Filename: RAmcth1.rtf

Macbeth, Villain or Victim
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A 5 page essay that examines the "case" against Macbeth as if he were the defendant at a modern day inquest trial. The writer argues that while both the defense and prosecution could offer credible arguments based upon the events of Shakespeare's play, the prosecution's case would win out. No additional sources cited.
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Macbeth/ Fate or Choice
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A 3 page essay that discusses the role of fate and choice in Macbeth. The writer argues that, while Macbeth's doom seems fated, Shakespeare shows that it was Macbeth's personal choices that led to his destruction. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khmaccho.rtf


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