Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Macbeth Korean Translation Essay

In this play the characters Macbeth, Macduff, and Banquo were somewhat alike and somewhat different from each other, but they all played important roles. Some of the characters played a villain role and some played a more heroic role. Macbeth’s prophecy was that he was to become king of Scotland. Macbeth is friends with Banquo and he has a high status, rank, and respect for others. Macbeth and Banquo met the three witches together and they told them both about their futures. Before Macbeth killed the king he thought â€Å"If chance will have me King, why chance may crown me, without my stir. †(p. 36) He takes a noble action on his prophecy and doesn’t let fate take its roll. Once Macbeth became king he let his power control himself, and treats everyone unfair but his wife. When Macbeth found out that Banquo thought that the witches had told some things, Macbeth started to have visions of the daggers floating in the air before him with the tip of the dagger aiming toward Duncan. He thought he heard a voice cry â€Å"Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep† (p. 352) Macbeth tried to grasp the imaginary dagger and failed. After Banquo’s ghost came to haunt him it started to make him suspicious and show that he is the one that killed him. Macduff is loyal to the king and the brave soldier. He is a father who cherishes his children and he is happy with his life. He was always a trustworthy person he never had disloyal or greed within himself. He became a noble man but he does not take any action on his prophecy. Macduff started to take suspicion into the death of Duncan. He became the main opposition to Macbeth and as the result of that his household became slaughtered, and he lost his wife and his son. Banquo is loyal to the king and also is a brave soldier and highly regarded as the king’s men. He is another father that cherished his children, but he was much as a greedy person. When he met with the three witches they told him that he is â€Å"lesser than Macbeth, and greater,† and â€Å"not so happy, yet much happier†, and then she told him that his children will become kings. Banquo felt â€Å"That, trusted home, might yet enkindle you unto the crown, besides the Thane of Cawdor. But ‘tis strange! And oftentimes, to win us to our harm, The instruments of darkness tell us truths, Win us with honest trifles, to betray’s In deepest consequence. †(P. 35) and it had him thinking that what the witches said might not of been so true. He and Macbeth were close friends. Macbeth became an untrue friend to Banquo. By that he had his servants kill Banquo because he was a threat to him and he thought that he would tell people that he killed the king and after he got him killed one of Banquo’s children escaped. All of these characters in the play have similarities because before the king was killed and they all had responsibilities that they each had to handle. Macbeth, Macduff, and Banquo were all friends until Macbeth had power an authority over the kingdom. The difference between each character revolves around their own personal loyalty. Macbeth has the devotion to become king and take power. Macduff had the loyalty of his family and the king and so did Banquo. The innocent characters into this play are Macduff and Banquo. More of Macduff because he wasn’t a really type of greedy person, nor did he want more of things his way. He obeyed his king and nobles. Banquo is loyal to his king and nobles but he was greedy at the same time so his greediness could have had him playing a villain role but he didn’t let it get into the way of some things. Macbeth is the most villain character in this play. He was at once an individual that was doing his job, now he is the character that is taking over people’s lives and started to kill innocent people. Right before Macbeth started to begin to kill the harmless people and gain power he was just as innocent as the citizens in his country. Once he found out that he was gone to have power and he told his wife she thought of him as to ambitious and kind to be king.

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