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Shakespeare/Macbeth's Banquet Scene
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A 6 page essay that summarizes briefly Shakespeare's Macbeth and then focuses on the significance of the banquet scene in Act 3, Scene 4. The writer argues that this scene is important because it demonstrates that Macbeth is still tortured by his conscious, which makes him even more determined to negate its influence by further acts of evil, as well as for other reasons. No additional sources cited.
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Shakespeare/s Macbeth/ Act IV, Scene III
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A 5 page essay that analyzes Act IV, Scene III from Macbeth. The writer argues that this scene in Act IV is pivotal to the action of the play because it provides through characterization and motivation a contrast that serves as an antithesis of Macbeth. In other words, this scene provides a close look at the "good" guys of the play and dramatizes their many noteworthy qualities. No additional sources cited.
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Similarities and Differences in William Shakespeare's Tragedies "Hamlet" and "Macbeth"
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A 5 page paper which examines the similarities and differences between William Shakespeare's tragic plays, "Hamlet" and "Macbeth," specifically concentrating on the roles of the supernatural, the effect Ophelia and Lady Macbeth have on the main characters, and comparing and contrasting the protagonists Hamlet and Macbeth. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Stages in Macbeth’s Decline
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A 5 page paper which examines the stages of decline which Macbeth goes through in Shakespeare’s play. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Staging the Witches’ Scenes in William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”
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A 5 page paper which considers the importance of the witches to the play as a whole, in terms of plot, characters, themes, language and stagecraft in Act I, Scene I, Act I, Scene III, Act IV, Scene I. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGmacstg.rtf

The “Real” Macbeth -- Shakespeare and Revisionist History
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that the real King Macbeth has been erroneously portrayed through Shakespeare’s dramatic license. While other Shakespearean characters are clearly responsible for their evil actions as portrayed in the dramas, the story of Macbeth actually manipulates the facts of history. However, because Shakespeare’s story does not include actual historical information, it is essential that the dialogue and actions that take place in “Macbeth” be analyzed in the context of the historical information they provide or to which they allude. Such a process allows the reader to gain a better perspective on the political situation in England during Shakespeare’s time, the issues of greatest concern, and Shakespeare’s own willingness to play (pun intended) to the greatest political expediency. No additional sources.
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The Art of Appeasement and the Political, Religious and Social Issues Reflected in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," "The Merchant of Venice" and "Macbeth"
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A 10 page paper which examines if William Shakespeare's social commentaries (as represented by three plays) were financially motivated or if he was trying to prove something. Specifically considered is how Shakespeare was able to diplomatically handle the political and religious aspects of his plays in order to secure funding for them, i.e., what he would have to do to appease the monarchy and the church. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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The Lord and Lady Macbeth - a pair to draw to
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(5pp) When we met Macbeth with the witches we hear with him...that "fair is foul and foul is fair" (I i 10). Initially you can brush it off as witch talk of rhymes and bubbles, but then when looking at the characters of both Lord and Lady Macbeth, and the things surrounding them you find that those characterizations are indeed true. Both of them are in the prime of their lives; they are handsome, as the Scots go, and they have attained wealth, success and power, those things that we initially feel will make our lives complete, and for a while they thought too their lives were complete. They were "fair" indeed. Then as we start to see them in action, with each other and with their guests, we know that their fairness covers a foul plot.
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The Role of the Witches and the Supernatural in William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”
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A 5 page paper which examines how these elements function within the play, specifically considering language, how their actions affect and inspire reactions (behavior) in others, and how their staging appeals to the audience. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGmbwitches.rtf


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