The Importance Of Act 4 Scene 2 Of William Shakespeare 's Macbeth

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Brilliance in the Making
(Importance of Act 4, Scene 2 in Macbeth by William Shakespeare)

Often times in plays there will be at least one scene in the play that is monumental. Usually there is something that happens or is explained in that particular scene that makes it so important. William Shakespeare is a genius at doing this sort of thing. he always has a scene in his plays that are huge to the play and play a very important role in the play. When he does it though, it never seems as if it is a crazy important scene, when it actually is. You will often have to really pay attention to what you are reading and it will be extremely evident what he is actually saying and pointing out. In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare he has a scene where he does this. There are many important scenes in the play, but there is one in particular that really stands out and provides with basically an overview of the play. In Macbeth Act 4, Scene 2, it provides an overview of all of the themes, and really shows the turning point of many of the characters in the play. One of the extremely important themes overviewed in Macbeth Act 4, Scene 2, is the flight theme. Throughout the play this theme has a major role that it plays. Either someone is telling someone to run to get away or someone is just running away cause they are scared. In this scene there is multiple times where the theme of flight pops up. One example is stated by Lady Macbeth when she says, “He had none; his flight was
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