Macbeth a play written by Shakesphere is clearly a tragedy. In just two brief lines Lady Macbeth makes six distinct utterances, indicating that her mind wanders quickly between recollections of the fateful night and thoughts on her own damnation.
However, it is reasonably entertaining, being one of my favourite Shakespearean plays. The battle commences. The single-mindedness of Macbeth, and especially Lady Macbeth, showed an incredible amount of obsessive ambition.
By bringing the image of blood on stage and making it virtually visual, from the bleeding hands to the beheaded Macbeth at the end, Shakespeare succeeds in making his play easier to relate to and for the audience to really immerse into the action, rather than just observers of a normal play.
I would hope to never meet anyone like them. The setting of the play took place in Scotland, narrating a story about a guy named Macbeth and how his ambition leads to a tragic downfall.
The image of blood continues to haunt Macbeth as the ghost of murdered Banquo shows up at his feast. I could tell from the beginning that it was doomed to fail, as this is a tragic play.
The three points which contribute greatly to Macbeth's degeneration are the prophecy which was told to him by the witches, how Lady Macbeth influenced and manipulated Macbeth's judgment, and finally Macbeth's long time ambition which drove his desire to be king.
Reasoning was abandoned after the decision to kill Duncan was made. To a modern reader, the language of the Lambs seems archaic, but not as archaic as Shakespeare.
At first, Macbeth is reasonable enough to keep his ambition under control.