Most important was her advocacy of economic independence for women , a revolutionary concept at the time . Though Ruth Hall was a triumph of a heroic protagonist over selfish and hypocritical fathers , brothers , businessmen , and lawyers in its quest for professional and economic independence , being regarded as autobiographical novel has its negative aspect . Once the novel is regarded as autobiographical , a pseudonym (which Fern was using ) can no longer protect Fanny Fern from public censure . Definitely , within a few weeks , Fern...
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Rawson . The contends that the prophecies were the springboard of the tendencies of Macbeth . There was nowhere in the play where we are led to think that Macbeth had the desire to be the King . As mentioned earlier , he was a noble man and a loyal soldier of King Duncan . As a matter of fact , he wholeheartedly received King Duncan in his abode when he decided to stay overnight . It is argued that never in the characters sketch nor the...
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The popularity of computer games in this information age has resulted in an increase number of computer game players , specifically children and young adults . This has questioned parents to address one important aspect : the effect of computer games on children and society . On one hand , computer games facilitate learning . They provide a powerful context for knowledge . Computer games serve as unique tool in learning by example and experience . On the other hand , computer games may aggravate simulation . Some young people...
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King , a real murderer and a tyrant . His hands have blood of several people on them who trusted him and never expected such actions from Macbeth . Suddenly he got all the strains of a King who has won his throne through a murder of his precursor . He suspects almost every single person , he is afraid that the power will be...
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Macbeth 's first murder was a trying experience for him , however after the first murder , killing seemed to be the only solution to maintain his reign of the people of Scotland . Therefore , it was Lady Macbeth who introduced the concept of murder to Macbeth . Macbeth 's dreams also influenced his declining character . However , Macbeth 's ambition had not been strong...
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The three witches feed upon Macbeth 's insecurities , often taunting him in sing-song verse : ``Say , if thou 'dst rather hear it from our mouths / Or from our masters (Act IV , Scene I . The three sisters are clearly bragging of their ability to conjure spirits , using them as a cover for their own deeds , as if even they are unwilling to...
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Macbeth could ever justify to himself . Thus his subconscious morality projected the act of murder as a ghost . It is a true illusion but of the psychological context . Psychology plays a deep impact on Macbeth all the text and another superficial aspect of Macbeth 's inner fears were revealed when he visualized Banquo 's dead body looking at him and...
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Duncan says to Lady Macbeth , ``Give me your hand conduct me to mine host : we love him highly (1 .6 .37-38 . The conflict , now firmly rooted , begins to push up in the next scene with Macbeth contemplating what it is he and Lady Macbeth have talked about . Referring to Duncan , ``He 's here in double trust /First , as I am...
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Lady Macbeth exhorts her husband to commit murder , the language used in her speech is gender-based . Basically , she tells Macbeth it is his duty as a man to both have ambition and to follow any necessary course in to achieve it . Macbeth 's reply is meant to be viewed by the reader or audience as honest , and perhaps even naive...
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He will be wearing all black . This will show the dark and sullen nature of the tragic story . This will also show the dark side of Macbeth . The clothes of Macbeth will not be fixed in a neat manner . They will be wrinkled , untidy and worn-out . This will show that Macbeth has fallen from his highly respected position of leadership...
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They have made themselves , and that their fitness now (I .vii .53-61 . Lady Macbeth succeeds in masking her dishonest and deceitful nature from her husband by means of her appalling behavior while slowly weaning Macbeth towards her dark side . She advises her husband to "Look like the innocent flower , but be the serpent under (I v 65-66 , which is actually...
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CAITHNESS : Great Dunsinane he strongly fortifies : Some say he 's mad others that lesser hate him Do call it valiant fury : but , for certain , He cannot buckle his distemper 'd cause Within the belt of rule (5 .2 .12 "Macbeth :I cannot taint with fear . What 's the boy Malcolm ? Was he not born of woman ? The spirits that know...
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She might have a great domination on her constituents , but not on herself . The Tragedy of Hamlet or simply Hamlet is a story made by no other than William Shakespeare that revolves how Prince Hamlet of Denmark would take revenge to his own Uncle Claudius for the death of the old king Hamlet , his father . Just like other Shakespearean dramas...
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