Sara Dardon, Macbeth Assessment Two

Sara Dardon, Macbeth Assessment Two
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  • Theme Emergence
  • Theme development 
  • Theme Development 
  •  Clear emergence of Unchecked Ambition Corrupts, unlike Macbeth who wants to gain the throne holily, lady Macbeth knows that to gain the throne they must kill the king.​ “What wouldst be great art not without ambition, but without the illness should attend it. What thou wouldst highly, that wouldst thou holily, wouldst not play false and yet wouldst wrongly win” ( 1.5.14-19)
  • Theme development 
  • The first evil step is taken to get the throne. Macbeth kills Duncan in his sleep. ​“I go, and it is done. The bell invites me. Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell that summons thee to heaven or to hell.” (2.1.61-63)​
  • Tone
  • Due to the prophesy the witches gave Macbeth, “beware of Macduff”, Macbeth is scared that he will lose all his power, he orders that Macduff's family be killed.​ “He has killed me, mother. Run away, I pray you,” ( 4.2.81-82)
  •  Connotation and denotation 
  • Due to all the guilt and paranoia, Lady Macbeth ends up killing herself.​ “The Queen, my lord, is dead.” (5.5.17)
  • While Macduff finds out about his families death, anger, sadness, and the need for justice fill the readers
  • the raven is good example of connotation and denotation 
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