Theme Of Shared Themes In Shakespeare Tragedies

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Buthaina Alsulami
Mrs . Mona Mawayh
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Shared Themes in Shakespeare Tragedies

When literature is mentioned there is always the name of Shakespeare as an association to it and play an important part of it . Even seems to many that there is no other literary man in the western society but him . So who is Shakespeare who filed the universe with his name and made all the literary men amazed and dazzled by his writings .
William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in twenty sixth of April in 1564. His mother Mary Ann Arden was a good woman who has got wealth through inheritance. But his father was from a middle class and worked in trade , his business was not limited to one types of goods . But , was dealing in the sale and purchase of various goods. When William was seven he joined his hometown school where he received the Latin-education as the system at the time,
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It first appears to the watchmen, Marcellus and Bernardo . It is not until the appearance of Hamlet that the ghost speaks, and only then after Horatio has expressed his fears about Hamlet following it . The information that was revealed by the ghost led Hamlet to take an action against a situation he was not accommodate with . It works as a hidden forces to lead Hamlet to seek revenge for the actions done by his mother with his uncle which is the relationship in one hand and on the other the treason of Claudius Hamlet’s uncle towards his own brother . As for Macbeth The supernatural occurs four times . It occurs in all the appearances of the witches, in the appearance of Banquo’s ghost, in the apparitions with their prophesies, and in the floating dagger that guides Macbeth towards his victim. This theme is used to work as a catalyst to unleash Macbeth’s evil ambition. The witches prophesy led to the down fall of Macbeth causing a chain of endless murders
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