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    Ladies and gentlemen may I present A Thing You Probably Didn't Want But Are Going To Get Anyway Macbeth in GIFsWitches King Duncan to Macbeth Macbeth to King secretly Lady Macbeth Macbeth Lady Macbeth to Macbeth Macbeth to Duncan Everyone Malcom and Donalbain Macbeth Macbeth to Banuo Macbeth Fleance Malcolm to Macduff Macduff and Malcom Macb

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    Don't you kind of hate how we've entered the decadent phase of Goodreads wherein perhaps fifty percent or of the reviews written by non teenagers and non romancers are now naked and unabashed in their variously effective attempts at being arch wry meta parodic confessional andor snarky? Don't you kind of pine secretly in the marrow of your gut's merry druthers for the good ol' days of Goodreads known then as GodFearingGoodlyRea

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    Years after first adding this to my Shakespeare shelf I finally sat down and did it So here long overdue isThe Scottish Play abridgedWITCHES Bibbity bobbity boo Time to fuck with the mortalsDUNCAN Isn’t Macbeth great? Now there’s a guy I can always trust to have my back I should promote himMACBETH AND DUNCAN WEEEEE ARE THE CHAMPIONS MY F

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    Macbeth is Shakespeare's darkest play not only because of the restricted palette of its images shades of black varied with bright red blood but also because in the play's world of warfare and witchcraft its hero is half damned from the start Inured to violence prone to superstition Macbeth struggles with the hags' predictions in the depth

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    The Tragedy of Macbeth William Shakespeare Macbeth The Tragedy of Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare; it is thought to have been first performed in 1606 A brave Scottish general named Macbeth receives a

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    highlights of this play include but are not limited to the witches they are the original halloween weens they are serving some major spooky realness also they went and haunted a woman just because she wouldnt share

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    Over the past year I have branched out in my reading attempting authors and genres that I had not discovered before Recently I read Serena by Ron Rash in which the title character is compared to Lady Macbeth While Serena may be ruthless I had never read the play so I could not contrast the two heroines Another

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    There are two reasons to love this playThe first reason is Lady Macbeth Man that girl has got it goin’ on Have you ever found yourself in the running for say a new position that’s opened up at your company a position for

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    ‘’There’s husbandry in heaven; Their candles are all out’’This is a text that has been brewing inside my mind for uite some times I started reading Jo Nesbø’s retelling of Macbeth two days ago uite interesting so far by the way and it gave me the chance to reflect on a masterpiece that isn’t just a play but a psychological stu

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    “By the pricking of my thumbs Something wicked this way comes”Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy is also one of his most p

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Promised a golden future as ruler of Scotland by three sinister witches Macbeth murders the king to ensure his ambitions come true But he. Don t you kind of hate how we ve entered the decadent phase of Goodreads wherein perhaps fifty percent or of the reviews written by non teenagers and non romancers are now naked and unabashed in their variously effective attempts at being arch wry meta parodic confessional andor snarky Don t you kind of pine secretly in the marrow of your gut s merry druthers for the good ol days of Goodreads known then as GodFearingGoodlyReadingcom when all reviews were uniformly plainspoken merely utilitarian unpretentious and above all else dull dull dull Don t you kind of hate when people say don t you think this way or feel that way in an effort to goad you both psychologically and grammatically into agreeing with themIn the words of ABBA I do I do I do I do I doWell because the interwebs is a world in which the past stands shoulder to shoulder with the present and with fetish porn we can revisit the past in its inviolable presentness any time we wish Or at least until this website finally tanksConsider won t you Matt Nieberle s review of Macbeth in its entirety 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 reviewsits really complicated and stupidwhy cant we be reading like Romeo and Julietat least that book is goodThere you have it Refreshingly not a review written in one of the witch s voices or alluding to Hillary and Bill Clinton or discussing the reviewer s first period Just a primal yell unleashed into the dark wilderness of the cosmos Yes Mr Nieberle is probably a teenager but I admire his ability to strongarm the temptation to be clever or ironic Don t you He speaks the native language of the idk generation with an economy and a clarity that renders his convictions all the emphatic Here s MICHAEL s review of the same play You may know MICHAEL he is the Problems Architect here at Goodreads A problematic title itself in that it implies that he designs problems which might be the case for all I knowThis book shouldn t be reuired reading reading plays that you don t want to read is awfulReading 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 None of us wanted to read it I made the mistake of taking the easy english class for 6 years The teacher picked students that looked like they weren t paying attention All of this compounded to make me pretty much hate reading classics for something like 10 years granted macbeth alone wasn t the problemI also hate iambic pentameterPure activism there STOP the mandatory reading of plays It s wrong morally and academically Plus it can really fuck up your GPA There s no wasteful extravagance in this editorial no fanfare no fireworks no linked photos of half naked oiled up big bosomed starlets no invented dialogues between the author and the review writer It s simple and memorable Being reuired to read plays is wrong and if you reuire anyone under duress to read a play then you have sinned and are going to hell if you believe in hell If not you re going to the DMVI 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 Also in this age when we are taught to respect each other s differences it seems offensively egocentric and mean spirited to expect others to kowtow to your petty linguistic rules Artistic expression will free itself no matter how you try to shackle itThat s your cue AubreyIn my personal opinion the play Macbeth was the worste peice ever written by Shakespeare and this is saying uite a bit considering i also read his Romeo and Juliet Ontop of it s already unbelievable plot unrealistic characters and absolutly discusting set of morals Shakespeare openly portrays Lady Macbeth as the true vilian in the play 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 possitive I believe that this play is uterally unrealisticBut the following is by far the ne plus ultra of classic book reviewing While succinct and without any distracting inclination to coyness or cuteness Jo s review alludes to a bitterness so profound that it is inexpressible One imagines a few Signet Classic Editions hacked to bits with pruning shears in Jo s vicinityI hate this play So much so that I can t even give you any analogies or similes as to how much I despise it An incrementally snarkier type might have said something like I hate this play like a simile I can t come up with Not Jo She speaks a raw undecorated truth unfit for figurative language And there s certainly nothing wrong with that Once in a great while when you get neck deep in dandified pomo hijinks it s a nice wallow in the hog pen you re itchin for Thank you Jo I love you and your futile grasping at similes that can t approach the bilious hatred in your heart You are mine and I am yours Figuratively speaking of course And now here s my review Macbeth by William Shakespeare is the greatest literary work in the English language and anyone who disagrees is an asshole and a dumbhead liar-s-poker-rising-through-the-wreckage-on-wall-street ensure his ambitions come true But he. Don t you kind of hate how we ve character-is-destiny entered the decadent phase of Goodreads wherein perhaps fifty percent or of the reviews written by non teenagers and non romancers are now naked and unabashed in their variously val-eacute-rian-tome-3-pays-sans-eacute-toiles-le effective attempts at being arch wry meta parodic confessional andor snarky Don t you kind of pine secretly in the marrow of your gut s merry druthers for the good ol days of Goodreads known then as GodFearingGoodlyReadingcom when all reviews were uniformly plainspoken merely utilitarian unpretentious and above all intermittent-fasting-for-women-the-practical-essentials-for-achieving-lasting-weight-loss-and-health-results-with-intermittent-fasting else dull dull dull Don t you kind of hate when people say don t you think this way or feel that way in an introducing-statistics-a-graphic-guide-introducing-eileen-magnello-borin-van-loon-amazon-com effort to goad you both psychologically and grammatically into agreeing with themIn the words of ABBA I do I do I do I do I doWell because the interwebs is a world in which the past stands shoulder to shoulder with the present and with fetish porn we can revisit the past in its inviolable presentness any time we wish Or at least until this website finally tanksConsider won t you Matt Nieberle s review of Macbeth in its calendario-rom-aacute-nico-2019-mesa entirety 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 reviewsits really complicated and stupidwhy cant we be reading like Romeo and Julietat least that book is goodThere you have it Refreshingly not a review written in one of the witch s voices or alluding to Hillary and Bill Clinton or discussing the reviewer s first period Just a primal yell unleashed into the dark wilderness of the cosmos Yes Mr Nieberle is probably a teenager but I admire his ability to strongarm the temptation to be clever or ironic Don t you He speaks the native language of the idk generation with an terror-on-the-titanic-choose-your-own-adventure-24 economy and a clarity that renders his convictions all the elon-musk-tesla-paypal-spacex-l-entrepreneur-qui-va-changer-le-monde-edition-enrichie emphatic Here s MICHAEL s review of the same play You may know MICHAEL he is the Problems Architect here at Goodreads A problematic title itself in that it implies that he designs problems which might be the case for all I knowThis book shouldn t be reuired reading reading plays that you don t want to read is awfulReading 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 destinations-of-a-lifetime-225-of-the-world-s-most-amazing-places each character for a couple pages None of us had read the play before None of us wanted to read it I made the mistake of taking the ba-bauhaus easy 2018-2019-daily-planner-get-shit-done-18-month-planner-july-2018-ndash-december-2019-8-rdquo-x10-rdquo english class for 6 years The teacher picked students that looked like they weren t paying attention All of this compounded to make me pretty much hate reading classics for something like 10 years granted macbeth alone wasn t the problemI also hate iambic pentameterPure activism there STOP the mandatory reading of plays It s wrong morally and academically Plus it can really fuck up your GPA There s no wasteful la-franc-ma-ccedil-onnerie extravagance in this didn-t-see-it-coming editorial no fanfare no fireworks no linked photos of half naked oiled up big bosomed starlets no invented dialogues between the author and the review writer It s simple and memorable Being reuired to read plays is wrong and if you reuire anyone under duress to read a play then you have sinned and are going to hell if you believe in hell If not you re going to the DMVI 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 Also in this age when we are taught to respect mighty-mighty-construction-site each other s differences it seems offensively best-of-the-best-from-hawaii-cookbook-selected-recipes-from-hawaii-s-favorite-cookbooks-best-of-the-best-state-cookbook-series egocentric and mean spirited to the-power-of-broke-how-empty-pockets-a-tight-budget-and-a-hunger-for-success-can-become-your-greatest-competitive-advantage expect others to kowtow to your petty linguistic rules Artistic she-made-a-monster-how-mary-shelley-created-frankenstein expression will free itself no matter how you try to shackle itThat s your cue AubreyIn my personal opinion the play Macbeth was the worste peice the-natural-soap-making-book-for-beginners-do-it-yourself-soaps-using-all-natural-herbs-spices-and-essential-oils-english-edition ever written by Shakespeare and this is saying uite a bit considering i also read his Romeo and Juliet Ontop of it s already unbelievable plot unrealistic characters and absolutly discusting set of morals Shakespeare openly portrays Lady Macbeth as the true vilian in the play 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 Alchemical Studies Collected Works 13 easy to assume that Macbeth would be willing to do good instead of the-business-side-of-medicine-what-medical-schools-don-t-teach-you evil if only his wife were possitive I believe that this play is uterally unrealisticBut the following is by far the ne plus ultra of classic book reviewing While succinct and without any distracting inclination to coyness or cuteness Jo s review alludes to a bitterness so profound that it is inexpressible One imagines a few Signet Classic Editions hacked to bits with pruning shears in Jo s vicinityI hate this play So much so that I can t the-campaigns-of-alexander-penguin-classics even give you any analogies or similes as to how much I despise it An incrementally snarkier type might have said something like I hate this play like a simile I can t come up with Not Jo She speaks a raw undecorated truth unfit for figurative language And there s certainly nothing wrong with that Once in a great while when you get neck deep in dandified pomo hijinks it s a nice wallow in the hog pen you re itchin for Thank you Jo I love you and your futile grasping at similes that can t approach the bilious hatred in your heart You are mine and I am yours Figuratively speaking of course And now here s my review Macbeth by William Shakespeare is the greatest literary work in the English language and anyone who disagrees is an asshole and a dumbhead

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The Tragedy of Macbeth

Soon learns the meaning of terror killing once he must kill again and again and the dead return to haunt him A story of war witchcraft and. Macbeth is Shakespeare s darkest play not only because of the restricted palette of its images shades of black varied with bright red blood but also because in the play s world of warfare and witchcraft its hero is half damned from the start Inured to violence prone to superstition Macbeth struggles with the hags predictions in the depth of his soul But his wife fiercely ambitious never struggles When he is haunted by his imagination she is steadfast preparing everything looking after the details urging him on It is only afterward when he is thoroughly damned coldly vicious that she finds she cannot wash Duncan s blood off from her handsAmong other things this play is the portrait of a good marriage If that is a good marriage can be made in hell gli-uomini-vengono-da-marte-le-donne-da-venere-il-libro-sui-rapporti-di-coppia-pi-ugrave-venduto-nel-mondo everything looking after the details urging him on It is only afterward when he is thoroughly damned coldly vicious that she finds she cannot wash Duncan s blood off from her handsAmong other things this play is the portrait of a good marriage If that is a good marriage can be made in hell

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Bloodshed Macbeth also depicts the relationship between husbands and wives and the risks they are prepared to take to achieve their desir. There s husbandry in heaven Their candles are all out This is a text that has been brewing inside my mind for uite some times I started reading Jo Nesb s retelling of Macbeth two days ago uite interesting so far by the way and it gave me the chance to reflect on a masterpiece that isn t just a play but a psychological study of power ambition and the darkest recesses of the human soul I don t presume I am able to write a review on Shakespeare s works Goodness no This is just my take on the reasons why Macbeth shaped Literature s dark themes and imagery having a plethora of the Bard s most beautiful and darkest uotes being the most realistic depiction of the human tendency to destroy and violate all that is sacred and honest Can the devil speak true Macbeth than any other play in my opinion has the power to form images of distinct horror and brutality in our minds Let us not forget that it is loaded with superstitions and weird phenomena have been recorded during theatre runs throughout centuries of performances I would take it one step further and say that Macbeth initiated the Gothic elements in Literature although they wouldn t have been named thus at the time This is obvious in the presence of the Three Witches the characters I ve always been most fascinated with than any other in the play Imagine the audience during the reign of James I the first Stuart king watching spells and curses unfolding on stage right before their eyes How did they perceive their presence in the play How do we perceive it Are they merely the harbingers of things to come or do they have an influential role in the fate of Macbeth and the characters In every production of Macbeth I ve watched the Three Witches can make or break the whole performance for me One of the reasons I adore Polanski s vision of the play is his choice to end his outstanding 1971 film version with Donalbain coming across the Witches lair bitten by the harsh Scottish rain as the vicious circle goes on and on Now o er the one half of the world nature seems dead and wicked dreams abuse the curtained sleep witchcraft celebrates pale Hecate s offerings and withered Murder alarmed by his sentinel the wolf whose howl s his watch Darkness is everywhere This is a country that is slowly finding herself in a deep sleep of deceit and death Ravens croak owls shriek bats signify the end and Hecate walks the Earth with her ominous escort Rain is the introductory dark omen of what is to come and the wind is filled with lamentations The strange screams of death and the knockings out of nowhere are signs of the utter violation between two human beings between kinsmen and friends and nothing is but what is not Macbeth and his wife put on their most sincere smiles and act like the perfect hosts He calls Banuo his dearest friend invites him to his royal feast Macbeth is brave unyielding even when his world crumbles firmly determined until the very end And yet his soul hides extreme antitheses Throughout the action he knows that his deeds will lead to nowhere Blood will have blood he says in sadness And he is right What he succeeds in is the murder of trust and every sacred value our world holds dear The endless course of murder that desires and Regicide the killing of relatives dear friends and compatriots and comrades The slaughter of women children and servants He knows that once he starts he cannot stop I have supped full with horrors Each and every time Macbeth decides to pluck away one thorn of threat to his reign he tries to find the arguments for and against the coming deed The sense of duty doesn t seem to abandon him altogether but is always in a brutal fight with his burning ambition Guilt plagues him even before he starts the bloody chain of events he murders sleep and in my opinion the moment he raises his hand to slaughter Duncan he first murders himself and his principles Do I see his wife as the utter solicitor to his bloody future Definitely yes Lady Macbeth is by far my favourite Shakespearean heroine but as hard as I try I cannot find any redeeming ualities in her character Her remorse is madness and is it even remorse or the unbearable burden of guilt These two aren t one and the same While Macbeth s end is as brave as it can be her end is lonely honoured only by Macbeth s uiet sorrow expressed in an achingly beautiful solilouy Macbeth isn t Iago He s not a lunatic villain who kills just because I ve always considered him an anti hero A man who can t survive the fight between his weak will to do what is right and the darkness of his desiresIn Macbeth Shakespeare created one of the most controversial characters in Literature While the historical Macbeth was the exact opposite of his theatrical counterpart the Scottish play became one of the most recognizable works of Art even to the few uninitiated to the greatness that is the Bard It became a synonym for conspiracy treason murder echoing among other themes the Gunpowder Plot that threatened the very essence of the British reign at the time It became a metaphor of the limits a human can bend in order to achieve the absolute control A token of lacking faith in everyone and everything When a man who was considered valiant and loyal becomes devoid of any humanity what kind of good can be sustained in a world governed by petty leaders and corrupted sovereigns Do not tell me this doesn t apply to our current times I will not try to convince anyone to love this play Its strength in overcoming prejudices and the fact that it remains one of the most beloved and performed works of Shakespeare speaks for itself For me this work of dark beauty and nightmarish brilliance is the best example of how Shakespeare managed to know the human nature than any other writer I leave you with what I consider to be the finest lines about the futility of chasing unattainable ambitions and the most beautiful solilouy ever written Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrowCreeps in this petty pace from day to dayTo the last syllable of recorded time And all our yesterdays have lighted foolsThe way to dusty death Out out brief candleLife s but a walking shadow a poor player That struts and frets his way upon the stageAnd then is heard no It is a tale Told by an idiot full of sound and furySignifying nothing My reviews can also be found on