Analysis Of William Shakespeare 's ' Macbeth '

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In this essay I will be analysing in great detail how William Shakespeare the writer of a variety of plays, describes the range of different features and techniques that he has used in both Macbeth (Act 2 Scene 2), and Capulet (Act 3 Scene 5), and how he Shakespeare has represented the main characters of each play to be shown as disturbed emotionally, physically, and psychologically during the plays.
Firstly, when Capulet is shown he is seen by the audience as being in a good, cheerful, happy, and balanced mood, but as he sees Lady Capulet his mood transforms and asking her ”have you delivered … our decree?”. A decree is a law which shows that Capulet clearly expects to be obeyed by his family, and children were expected to obey their parents at all times and levels during the Elizabethan times.
When he discovers that his daughter Juliet is refusing to marry the sweet and lovely Paris, his mood changes. He becomes highly agitated and rattled. In a matter of seconds he is furious and instantly wants to see Juliet. This emotion is shown when he says “Doth she not give us thanks? Is she not proud? Doth she not count her blest?” This gives the audience the impression that he is in disagreement and rage with his daughter’s refusal to marry Paris. He uses a three part list of questions to show how much his daughter’s disobedience has disturbed him. He thinks he knows best for her, also representing that Juliet is ungrateful for the fact that Capulet her father went through so
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