I am Pope Alexander VI and i am the father of Cesare Borgia. My counterpart in Mabeth is Duncan because he had some sort of leadership role in his life.
I am Cesare Borgia and I am the son of Pope Alexander VI. My counterpart in Macbeth is Malcolm because he is the son of duncan, which is my fathers counterpart.
The Prince has some similarity to Macbeth.The characters are similar by both playing a role in their country thats very similar to each other. For example, Pope Alexander VI is similar to Duncan and so is Cesare Borgia, whose similar to Malcolm. The plot is not similar to macbeth in some ways. One of the ways is in the prince, it is basically about Machivelli giving advice, while macbeth is about macbeth fullfiliing his prophecy.The setting is similar to macbeth by being in the same time period.
The two stories are different in similar ways. One of the ways is about their plots. There plots are different by The Prince giving advice to its readers, while Macbeth is figuring its way to fullfill its prophecy. Them two are not similar in any possible way. Another way they are different is the way the story is being told. In Macbeth, the story is being told by Acts with different perspectives speaking. In Prince, it is just the author speaking to the audience.
The author employs literary techniques such as point of view to get a particular speech to the readers. Yes there are frequent referances to the use of imagery as in Macbeth. The narrator in Prince shows imagery by explaining such things as how a prince remain in power and explains deeply on also what not to do as a prince.
The three questions i would like to ask is first, where the narrator get all his information from? second, how did Cesare Borgia fall due to creating a name for himself? lastly, do you think your advice has helped any future princes?