Macbeth Play Analysis

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Background/context: William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-on-Avon, England, in April 1564. His father was a glove maker. Shakespeare 's’ father was prosecuted for being involved with the black marker sale of wool. Shakespeare was married to Anne Hathaway, eight years his senior, and they had three children: Susanna (the eldest) and the twins Judith and Hamnet. HIs son Hamnet died in 1596, at the age of 11, about three years before Shakespeare wrote a play called Hamlet. Shakespeare was considered an actor, a playwright, and as a founder of a theatre company. Some people claim that the writer and the actor William Shakespeare were two different people. Like many of Shakespeare’s plays, Macbeth is based loosely on historical events, in this case the reign of King Macbeth 1 of Scotland. Actors consider the play to be …show more content…
But as the story continued he turned more foul because of what he had done to get where he is now. After he had killed Duncan he didn’t feel pain anymore so he kept killing people who he thought was a threat to him. So, in the end of the story Macbeth was the most foul out of all the characters.
Lady Macbeth- At first Lady Macbeth was the foul out of the two because she wanted Macbeth to kill Duncan when Macbeth didn’t really want to because he said that King Duncan was a fair king and everyone loved him. Lady Macbeth called him a bunch of names to get him to go through with the plan. But as the story kept going she felt bad for what she did and she turned more fair than she was at the beginning.
Banquo- Banquo was a very loyal man, he did nothing wrong. He had always been fair, Banquo and Macbeth were friends but after the witches had said that Banquo and his son was going to be a threat, Macbeth decided to get rid of both of them. Macbeth had hired 3 murders to gang up on Banquo and

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