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- Fear, this motivates us to do many things no matter if they are right or wrong. In the play Macbeth it was fear that was the main motivating factor that influenced the outcome of the play. This can be proved by the subsequent murders that followed after Duncan’s, why were these committed? Because Macbeth was scared of being caught and having to pay for the wrongs he had done.
- Shakespeare was born on or just before April 23, 1564 in Warwickshire town of Stratford. His mother was Mary Arden and his father was John Shakespeare . John was a glove maker and trader in farm produce. He later became the mayor of Stratford. William was third of eight children.
- Many people suffer from the inescapable terms of guilt. Even the most seasoned and vile criminals turn themselves in sometimes. Like the way guilt has defeated many others, it too defeats Macbeth. (Macbeth?s downfall is directly linked to his own actions1, and the guilt he feels after murdering the King Duncan2, and having his best friend Banquo murdered3, and caving in to the desires of Lady Macbeth4.
- As a human race, we have pursued constant technological progression and advancement. Indeed, our claim to the title of ?superior race? can be attributed in part to the fervor in which we go about improving our own existence through invention and discovery.
- and this was indeed so in the case of the volunteers who worked tirelessly to ease the suffering of the wounded soldiers of all combatants in the fields of northern France and Belgium, during the First World War. In the early days of the war, army nursing was strictly a male preserve, until it was necessary to recruit female nurses from the ranks of middle and upper class ladies.