His Ambition Caused It All
October 14, 2015
Throughout the play, Macbeth is seen as being of great stature, being brave, ambitious, kind, having treachery, tyranny, and being imaginative. His most prominent flaw is his vaulting ambition and his impressionability. In the middle of the play, his honorable nature seemed to fade after the three witches told him about his bright future of nobility in Scotland. Macbeth was quickly removed from power by the Scottish people. He was blinded by his ambition in which he created a destructive path. At the end of the play, Macbeth's tragic flaws led him to become a tyrant who is quickly removed from power.
In V for Vendetta, the totalitarian government depicted no freedom or justice, in which the society fraught with cruelty and corruption. V was fighting against the British government and parliament which held the people from speaking up about how they were treated. V fought back by killing those involved in with the government and by also blowing up Parliament. He was a successful freedom fighter in a way, in which led society to stand up for what was right and also the bombing. The society’s spirit was the key of their success to overthrow the government.