Macbeth Review.

Essay by Daboss123 September 2005

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Plot:

The Courageous good hearted Macbeth takes advice from 3 witches, and from then on Macbeth turns evil killing his closest friend and king. With the help from his evil paranoid wife Lady Macbeth they both go insane.

Characters:

Macbeth: Starts out good ends up bad.

Lady Macbeth: Seems innocent but she is the one that convinces Macbeth to do a dark deed.

Banquo: Macbeth's good friend.

King Duncan: Kind man

Background:

Macbeth is set in Medieval England. There are kings, peasants etc.

Personal Response:

I did not enjoy Macbeth, because I found it quite boring and the language just confused me and got on my nerves. The Action scenes were quite good and detailed. There was a lot of emotion in this book. This book I thought had a lot of peer pressure in it for example Lady Macbeth convinced Macbeth to kill King Duncan.

Meaning:

I think the meaning of this book was not to give into peer pressure.

Tone:

I thought this was a very dark depressing tone due to the Medieval Age, with the castles and lack of colour.

Audience:

I think the audience it will attract our older people. But Kids will have to do this in English class.