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Analysis of Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes: Macbeth and Othello
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Analysis Of Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes: Macbeth And Othello
Length: 9 pages (2178 Words)
The study gives an analysis of Shakespeare’s tragic heroes that are Macbeth and Othello. It gives a detailed review of the two characters which is meant to answer the question of whether the young people can consider the two characters as being heroes by understanding the heroic significance of the two characters. Through understanding of the main themes in the play and through the consideration of the major characters in the play, it is easier for the reader to relate the situation with the current life of the proclaimed heroic figures. It is evident from the study that, the heroic characters all committed mistakes as a result of their own flaws.
Keywords: Macbeth, Othello, characters, hero, play
Othello and Macbeth are Shakespeare’s works that depict characters that drive forward the primary theme of the play. This is one of the most popular and preferred works of Shakespeare. The characters in Tragic Heroes are not only accessible but they are also tricky based on the way they interact with one another. The way that Shakespeare’s tragic hero leads to his own destruction is the major moral of the play. Some researchers have claimed that Othello is not a hero but a mere murderer that commits a criminal act out of passion (Waters, 1994). However, the tragic hero has significantly made an error of judgment. This paper gives a comprehensive analysis of Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes: Macbeth and Othello.
Question By analysis of Shakespeare’s Tragic Heroes: Macbeth and Othello, do you consider the two characters as heroes?
4.0 Significance of the Research
The main purpose of the study is to understand the heroic significance of Macbeth and Othello in Shakespeare’s works of Tragic Heroes. The analysis of the works in this perspective will help the reader get a better understanding of the main themes in the play through the consideration of the major characters. The study is also important because the plays come with important morals for everyday lives, especially to leaders and those considered heroes. Additionally, they must ensure they make decisions only after thoughtful consideration.
5.0 Literature Review
A significant central part of Tragic Heroes, as can be noted from Bradley, is that there are not many aspects of goodness but instead, individuals who are not only dubious but also accessible. Such include characteristics and qualities that readers may find within themselves and some other unique characters within the text while at the same time depicting an influence that puts them outside the capacity of the reader to (Bradley and Rouben Mamoulian Collection, 1950). As Bradley explains, we get to figure out that we may have never known such a guy (Bradley and Rouben Mamoulian Collection, 1950, p.20). This real nature of the misfortunes and the dauntless characters in the play makes them handy and perceptive in a setting of their importance (the lives of triumphant martial pioneer, supervisors, and monarchs) that would, in one way or another, be outside of considerable part of us. Aptly, the reader can begin to figure out and even feel for the clashes and incidences that aggravate the shambles, persisting and leading to the heinous legend that depicts this course.