Theme of Ambition in Macbeth
Through the use of characterization, setting, and plot development, the theme of ambition is obvious seen throughout the play Macbeth. The mail theme of Macbeth the destruction wrought when ambition goes unchecked by moral constraints find its most powerful expression the play’s to main characters.
The setting of the beginning of the story is in Scotland. The setting is set in Scotland because it is a physical setting because there is a castle and that is basically a stereo type because there is always castles and that is basically a stereotype because there is always castles in Scotland. It does help the author prove his theme because in those countries they have a dictatorship and there is a king of the country and everyone wants to be king so ambition is the theme and the setting helps a lot.
The protagonist of the play Macbeth would be Macbeth would be Macbeth. Macbeth the protagonist of the story because Macbeth was constantly pressured to do things that he did not want to but he was pressured to do things that he did not want to but he was pressured by his wife Lady Macbeth. He was pressured because he had a chance to become king and his wife wanted him too for example, when Lady Macbeth says, “We fail? But screw your courage to the sticking place and we’ll not fail. Lady Macbeth is saying that do not be a wimp and have courage. Which leads to the Antagonist which is Lady Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth is the antagonist of the story Macbeth because the whole time Lady Macbeth was trying to monopolize macbeth to kill Macduff’s family so that there would be no one else would take over the throne so that macbeth would take over the throne. Like when Lady Macbeth said “Thou a wouldst be great art not without ambition, but without the illness should attend it.” What she was saying is that have some guts and go do what I said. That is why I think Lady Macbeth is the Antagonist.
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