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Macbeth English Debate Lady Macbeth is not the Tragedy of the play Thankyou Robert Ford that was tantalising I must say I think thats enough rubbish for one day Its about time the dialogue steered back onto the main subject Something along the lines of The Tragedy of Macbeth and yes I do mean Macbeth Please can someone tell me who killed Duncan the King of Scotland Thats right Macbeth Who turned from good to bad in this play Macbeth again It would be a very foolish thing to state that Lady Macbeth is a victim of evil Why might you ask Well let me tell you As Jacqui settled before women of the 15th Century were encouraged to pretty much give in to a superior ruler whilst advocating such sovereignty What we have to ask ourselves now is who is to blame here Women and their submissive stereotypes or Men and their masculine domination inclination Lady Macbeth is a victim of Society No Witches no magic no chanting around a rusty old black pot Lady Macbeth is victimized by her culture Come to think of it we could point a more definitive finger at the male gender Then we can rephrase and further state Lady Macbeth is a casualty of the male species Now for a total change of pace could I please have every person here stand up please and madam chair that does not exclude you Thankyou as everyone arises now please sit down Thankyou now could I have you all stand again Thankyou now please sit down Now Sir asking Dale Smith or similar guy in front row why did you stand up Regardless of answer Did I threaten you to stand No it was your choice just as it was everyone elses You all choose to stand not because I magically arose you from your seats Do you all see how this relates to the play now The Witches
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