Macbeth Macbeth Macbeth
Tayler B. Bates
A dynamic character is one that changes over the course of a story. Macbeth definitely changes over the course of this story. He starts out getting a raise because he's doing so well in his life. in the end he is evil. He has murdered many. And he is decapitated, "Behold where stands The usurper's cursed head." (V.VIII). the usurper is Macbeth of course, and he had turned so dark his foes called his own head cursed.
An aside is when a character in a play speaks so that other characters in the scene "can't" hear them, the audience can. Just before the dinner scene where Macbeth sees Banquo's ghost, the murderer that Macbeth sent to kill Banquo comes to tell him that the deed is done but Fleance, Banquo's son, got away. Macbeth then says aside, "Then comes my fit again. I had else been perfect..." (III.IV). Basically Macbeth talks to himself saying that everything would have been perfect but now he is scared because Fleance escaped and the murderer can't hear him.
A comic relief is something that is put in a story to lighten the mood after something dramatic/heavy happens. In Macbeth one of the most recognizable ones is right after Macbeth kills his first victim, Duncan. The porter of Macbeth's castle is very drunk and says hilarious things as he goes to answer the door to the castle. He mentions things about what alcohol does to a man, "...it provokes the desire, but it takes away the performance" (II.III). So haha jokes about sex amirigtht?
by: Panic! At The Disco.
"Double bubble disco queen headed to the guillotine
Skin as cool as Steve McQueen, let me be your killer king
It hurts until it stops, we will love until it’s notI’m a killing spree in white, eyes like broken Christmas lights"
The lyrics "...let me be you're killer king..." is just like Lady Macbeth because in the first act she was totally okay murdering Duncan ,herself, for Macbeth. Also a king is a man and she wanted to be a man. The lyrics "...eyes like broken Christmas lights..." are synonymous to Lady Macbeth towards the middle of the play when she is going insane, there is something off about her, people can probably see it in her eyes. Finally the lyrics "It hurts until it stops..." perfectly describes Lady Macbeth at the end of the play when she ultimately takes her own life to stop the feeling of guilt that is hurting her inside.