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Or at least until this website finally tanks. 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. There you have it. Just a primal yell unleashed into the dark wilderness of the cosmos.
Nieberle is probably a teenager, but I admire his ability to strongarm the temptation to be clever or ironic. He speaks the native language of the idk generation with an economy and a clarity that renders his convictions all the more emphatic. A problematic title itself in that it implies that he designs problems Reading a play kinda sucks to begin with, if it was meant to be read, then it would be a novel, not a play.
On top of that the teach had us students read the play aloud on person for each character for a couple pages. None of us had read the play before. I also hate iambic pentameter.
STOP the mandatory reading of plays. Plus it can really fuck up your GPA. Being required to read plays is wrong, and if you require anyone, under duress, to read a play then you have sinned and are going to hell, if you believe in hell.
I am also tired of all you smug spelling snobs. You damnable fascists with your new-fangled dictionaries and your fancy-schmancy spell check. Sometimes the passionate immediacy of a message overcomes its spelling limitations.
Artistic expression will free itself no matter how you try to shackle it. In my personal opinion, the play Macbeth was the worste peice ever written by Shakespeare, and this is saying quite a bit considering i also read his Romeo and Juliet. Considering she is mearly the voice in the back round and Macbeth himself is truely committing the hideous crimes, including murder and fraud, I do not see why it is so easy to assume that Macbeth would be willing to do good instead of evil if only his wife were more possitive.
I believe that this play is uterally unrealistic.
But the following is by far the ne plus ultra of classic book reviewing. I hate this play. An incrementally snarkier type might have said something like She speaks a raw, undecorated truth unfit for figurative language. You are mine, and I am yours.
Figuratively speaking, of course. Macbeth by William Shakespeare is the greatest literary work in the English language, and anyone who disagrees is an asshole and a dumbhead.Your question presumes that Shakespeare portrays Lady Macbeth as evil and cunning; while she does do some pretty awful things, I'd characterize her as ambitious and ruthless.
Notes on Macbeth "The evidence for many traits in the nature of Macbeth is confined to single passages, occasionally to brief suggestions. The imputation of avarice to the usurper in his decadence rests upon one word in one speech in the mouth of an enemy (Malcolm, in the third scene of the fourth act).
Ambition and the Downfall of Macbeth - Macbeth is one of William Shakespeare’s most powerful and emotionally intense plays. Macbeth, once known for his courage and bravery is transformed into a ruthless tyrant.
Ellie Macbeth is good, if you can understand it. It is written by Shakespeare, so the writing is a little hard to comprehend normally. And if you can't more Macbeth is good, if you can understand it. It is written by Shakespeare, so the writing is a little hard to comprehend normally.
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