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Horrifying experience of blood and brotherhood.
Jul 08, 2017 02:16 PM 5882 Views (via Android App)

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The tragedy play macbeth, written by william shakespeare is a horrifying description of life of a man who is himself responsible for his doom. Written in a rennaissance period, the play describes the tragedy of action of a renowned warrior, Macbeth, who aspires to attain something out of his level. The play explains the importance of a tribe in a warrior's life and the supremacy of king. Going against the king is the worst crime and deserves only death.


The play surfaces number of themes.  Gender role is central to themes. Lady macbeth calls evil powers to take out all the forms of maternity from her. The scene is the most dramatic and fear instilling in the novel. Shakespeare is known for giving his plays psychological depth. Here too, how deffering through the path of one's gender role can make one mentally retarded and weak is depicted beautifully. The play is extremely beautifully written. The background of blackness of a night with redness of blood seems to be written with utmost perfection. The just king Duncan is replaced by deception by Macbeth. The clock turns out to bring similar fate for macbeth.


Readability: the play is written beautifully with number of metaphors. The language of evil sisters and the language used by lady macbeth at the time of calling evil powers is similar. The play when taught in a class of english hons. by explaining all the themes behind the play creates an environment of literary ambience.


Macbeth's writings have a magic. The more you read them, the more it engulfs you to ponder, to relive a different life. Especially, this novel creates a chasm around the reader and forces him to explore the play.


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