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William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon Macbeth was one of his later plays Shakespeares works are recognised around the world his plays are performed in many theatres and many have been turned into modern day films One of the many reasons why his plays are still at large today is that they are timeless He writes about the human condition relationships between people this is something that will stay the same for as long as humans are alive In Romeo and Juliet the play is about love and how far and to what it will lead you Twelfth Night is about the troubles you make for yourself when you begin with deceit and Macbeth is about power and fate and how much you can be changed by your own greed Its a widely asked question of Macbeth that if the witches hadnt predicted the plot would it still have happened the way it did Most of Shakespeares plays have some comical value however Macbeth is not true to that statement It is said to be a cursed play and the superstitious refuse to talk about it by name and instead call it The Scottish play Lady Macbeth is a strong character in Shakespeares Macbeth She is a dominant figure throughout the play Although she is not featured as much as Macbeth her underlying influence on the story is talked about just as much if not more Her first scene gives us an insight to her personality We also see how others perceive her at this point in the play Macbeth is still the hero and all we have heard is of his good reputation Lady Macbeth enters the scene reading a letter from her husband Macbeth We automatically know they have a strong relationship because he has written to her telling her his news he doesnt wait until he is home he wants her to know as soon as he does Its a
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