No Man Should Have All That Power, By William Shakespeare

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“No man should have all that power.” is quote from Kanye West’s Power song that has some truth to it because it refers to power and ambitions. In life, a person has come face with being control by a feeling, person, or force where or not they are control is determined by their belief, willpower, assuredness, and morals. We all had a moment or two where our ambitions had blinded us from right and wrong. Where we see only what we desires and us getting it, however not the people we hurt or how we betrayed our own values, ideals, and morals. Ambitions that aren’t kept in line can and will lead to tragic, no matter the size. To betray our own values, beliefs, ideals, and morals is to betray our-self. Our morals defined us as individual and guide …show more content…
William Shakespeare 's father, John Shakespeare, was an ambitious man starting from humble beginning as a tenant farmer 's son to a " bailiff (a position roughly equivalent to a modern mayor)" (Thrasher.13). He going on to married William Shakespeare’s mother, Mary Arden, that “would increase his wealth and add a hint of nobility to his otherwise common status” (Thrasher.13) and they have eight children. John Shakespeare make sure that all his children know make reading and writing "during Queen Elizabeth 's reign (1533 - 1603), 70 percent of all men and 90 percent of all women could not sign their names" ( Thrasher. 14). William Shakespeare in his young adolescent like most children in today’s time dislike school. However later on in his life, he will seek higher knowledge as his love for the theater grows. Shakespeare becomes well familiar with a historical text called,“Chronicles of England, Scotland,and Ireland” written by Raphael Holinshed which insparation most of his work. This historical text will guided William Shakespeare to write Tragic of Macbeth to appeal to King James I, the scottish king, interest in demonology and …show more content…
Best describe the Sergeant in Act 1, Scene 2 , lines 25,The merciless Macdonwald...For brave Macbeth--well he deserves that name….Disdaining fortune, with his brandish 'd steel,...Which smoked with bloody execution,Till he unseam 'd him from the nave to the chaps,And fix 'd his head upon our battlements.” Making one think that he rule his own home with respect and fairness. However that 's far from the truth as seen by his interactions with his wife. His wife demasculinization him from the start of her entry in the play. Showing that their relationship been that way for quite awhile now. Lady Macbeth’s dominates personality show her as pushes, bossy and she is the real head of the household. During the time the play was written, this type of bossy personality from a woman was dislike by the audience because at the time women were thought of “to be seen and not hear” in the male dominated society of England even though they recently had a female ruler, Queen Elizabeth. No one say it better than Mary Ives Thompson, “ Macbeth 's real tragedy is his marriage….. indeed Macbeth 's unfortunate undoing. And, of course, the fault lies with his wife: Lady Macbeth” because all the cruise started when Lady Macbeth manipulated Macbeth into committing murder because once you do it you can never go back to way things

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