The Tragedie of Macbeth



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William Shakespeare baptised 26 April 1564 was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world s pre eminent dramatist He is often called England s national poet and the Bard of Avon or simply The Bard His surviving works consist of 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems His plays have been tr

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  1. David says:

    Don t you kind of hate how we ve entered the decadent phase of Goodreads wherein perhaps fifty percent or of the reviews written by non teenagers and non romancers are now naked and unabashed in their variously effective attempts at being arch, wry, meta, parodic, confessional, and or snarky Don t you kind of pine secretly, in the marrow of your gut s merry druthers for the good ol days of Goodreads known then as GodFearingGoodlyReading.com when all reviews were uniformly plainspoken, merely utilitarian, unpretentious, and above all else dull, dull, dull Don t you kind of hate when people say don t you think this way or feel that way in an effort to goad you both psychologically and grammatically into agreeing with them In the words of ABBA I do, I do, I do , I do, I do.Well, because the interwebs is a world in which the past stands shoulder to shoulder with the present and with fetish porn , we can revisit the past in its inviolable presentness any time we wish Or at least until this website finally tanks.Consider won t you Matt Nieberle s review of Macbeth in its entirety I have bound it with a heavy rope and dragged it here for your perusal Please understand that many a sic are implied in the following reviews its really complicated and stupid why cant we be reading like Romeo and Juliet at least that...

  2. Madeline says:

    Years after first adding this to my Shakespeare shelf, I finally sat down and did it So here, long overdue, isThe Scottish Play, abridged WITCHES Bibbity bobbity boo Time to fuck with the mortals DUNCAN Isn t Macbeth great Now there s a guy I can always trust to have my back I should promote him.MACBETH AND DUNCAN WEEEEE ARE THE CHAMPIONS, MY FRIEEEENDS YES WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS, WEEEE ARE THE CHAMPIONS, NO TIME FOR WITCHES ThaneofGlamisandCawdorandFutureKingsayswhat MACBETH What WITCHES Oh, and Banquo, your kids are going to be kings someday Good luck working that one out POOFvanish BANQUO Dude.MACBETH Great news, honey I meet these witches and they told me I was gonna be the thane of Cawdor and then BAM the king promoted me, and they also said I was gonna be king someday, so I guess Duncan s going to make me his heir or something.LADY MACBETH Cool I ll invite him over and then you can kill him.MACBETH I wait, what LADY MACBETH KILL THE KING, YOU PUSSY DUNCAN Hey, Macbeth, how s my favorite MACBETH I KEEL YOU DUNCAN S SONS GTFO BANQUO So anyway, son, apparently you re going to be king someday, but I don t really see how since now Macbeth s the king, but anywayASSASSIN I KEEL YOU BANQUO S SON GTFO MACBETH Hey there, nice witches, I need some help I just saw Duncan s gho...

  3. Annie says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, may I present A Thing You Probably Didn t Want But Are Going To Get Anyway Macbeth, in GIFs Witches King Duncan to Macbeth Macbeth to King secretly Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth to Macbeth Macbeth to ...

  4. Bill Kerwin says:

    Macbeth is Shakespeare s darkest play not only because of the restricted palette of its images shades of black varied with bright red blood but also because, in the play s world of warfare and witchcraft, its hero is half damned from the start Inured to violence, prone to superstition, Macbeth struggles with the hags predictions in the depth of his soul But his ...

  5. Huda Yahya says:

    Told by an idiot, full of sound and furySignifying nothing 1 To morrow, and to morrow, and to morrow , Creeps in this petty pace from day to day , To the last syllable of recorded time And all our yesterdays have lighted foolsThe way to dusty death Out, out, brief ...

  6. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Tragedy of Macbeth, William Shakespeare Macbeth The Tragedy of Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare it is thought to have been first performed in 1606 A brave Scottish general named Macbeth receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders King Duncan and takes the Scottish throne for himself He is then wracked with guilt and paranoia Forced to commit and murders to protect himself from enmity and suspicion, he soon becomes...

  7. Brina says:

    Over the past year, I have branched out in my reading, attempting authors and genres that I had not discovered before Recently, I read Serena by Ron Rash in which the title character is compared to Lady Macbeth While Serena may be ruthless, I had never read the play so I could not contrast the two heroines Another of my reading goals this year is increasing my reading of classics Up until now, I had predominantly read modern classics, and found a worthy reason to read an older masterpiece So it is without further adieu that I present my take on the Bard s Macbeth Shakespeare penned Macbeth around the year 1606 when he was already established as a reputed playwright For this play, he chose a contemporary Scottish soldier and references the Scottish crown within the text Yet, as in most of Shakespeare s works, the Bard was not as much concerned with the history surrounding the play, as he was with the characters themselves, their desires and motivations Thus, Macbeth is regarded as Shakespeare s darkest tragedy The tale begins when Macbeth visits three witches, later of double, double, toil, ...

  8. Nayra.Hassan says:

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  9. Jason says:

    There are two reasons to love this play.The first reason is Lady Macbeth Man, that girl has got it goin on Have you ever found yourself in the running for, say, a new position that s opened up at your company, a position for which you along with one of your equally worthy colleagues, perhaps might qualify You may not have given much thought to your professional advancement before, but now that this promotion has been dangled before you, it has ignited a spark of ambitious desire Imagine the possibilities And it is just within your graspif only there were a way to edge out the competition Maybe you could sabotage a project he s working on Or you could discredit him by rumoring of his incompetence Better yet, you could off him in the parking garage But each of these strategies requires a certain level of gumption to execute, a level not everyone possesses This is where it pays to be married to Lady Macbeth All she would need is a mere mention of this potential uptick in your career path and she s off and running, drafting the schematics, telling you where to stand just outside the stairwell, across from his car, within easy reach of the tire iron lying in the corner that...

  10. Amalia Gavea says:

    There s husbandry in heaven Their candles are all out This is a text that has been brewing inside my mind for quite some times I started reading Jo Nesb s retelling of Macbeth two days ago quite interesting so far, by the way and it gave me the chance to reflect on a masterpiece that isn t just a play but a psychological study of power, ambition and the darkest recesses of the human soul I don t presume I am able to write a review on Shakespeare s works Goodness, no This is just my take on the reasons why Macbeth shaped Literature s dark themes and imagery, having a plethora of the Bard s most beautiful and darkest quotes, being the most realistic depiction of the human tendency to destroy and violate all that is sacred and honest Can the devil speak true Macbeth than any other play, in my opinion has the power to form images of distinct horror and brutality in our minds Let us not forget that it is loaded with superstitions and weird phenomena have been recorded during theatre runs throughout centuries of performances I would take it one step further and say that Macbeth initiated the Gothic elements in Literature, although they wouldn t have been named thus at the time This is obvious in the pres...

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