What he hath lost noble Macbeth hathwon

Emma Barrett
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Emma Barrett
Created by Emma Barrett over 6 years ago
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1 ironic
1.1 'Noble' the first we hear about Macbeth is how great he is, what the Thane lost, Macbeth gains.
1.1.1 Macbeth is loyal good follower, punishing the Thane who was agaisnt Duncan -muntiny
1.2 Duncan murdered- he becomes king.
1.2.1 Good follower,
2 The witches make him lose all his pride and trust in others
3 Shakespeare uses irony to show the descent of Macbeth. By using the phrase 'what he hath lost noble Macbeth hath won', it shows that at the very beginning Macbeth is thought of very highly. By using the word 'noble' it gives us the idea that the king trusts Macbeth, which is ironic since Macbeth is the one that kills him. Macbeth is presented as a weak, fickle character, in the morning he kills a man for going agaisnt Duncan, but that night, he kills Duncan led on by his wife, Lady Macbeth. Once this is done, Macbeth is no longer referred to as noble but as a tyrant. While Macbeth is greedy he is led on by his ambition, the ambition that got him highly praises comes back to haunt him after commiting a crime.

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