Macbeth and A Dystopian Society


Macbeth is a flawed hero because, he is easily manipulated. He fell because; he listened to his wife and thought no one could stop him. He possessed the quality ambition and Macbeth died because he thought he was undefeatable, which Macduff proved him wrong.

An example of a dystopian society would be “The Giver.” The “monsters” that the boy was fighting against was the government. The government wanted everyone to be the same, see in black and white, and have no emotions. The boy fought back by going outside the town lines, which he was successful because, that made people see the world for how it really is.