Macbeth and lord of the flies
Themes in macbeth
They both are given automatic trust and following by others in their respective novels. Macbeth like Jack comes into power in a very questionable manner but some how is able to get people on their side. Shakespeare demonstrates that when one cannot exercise control and understanding of their own ambition, disaster and suffering ensue. At this point in the play, Macbeth is a seen as a valiant leader with Herculean strength and will. I feel as if the authors have done an excellent job in conveying the evil to the reader and representing how people are convinced to commit such acts. When the idea of the beastie began to be introduced by the children, Jack furthered that feat and kept it vivacious by invoking false images to scare the children. As soon as Duncan is killed Macbeth takes over and problems arise. Macduff's forces attack Macbeth, eventually over powering him. For more information on choosing credible sources for your paper, check out this blog post. The murders kill Banquo but his son escapes.
Later on in the play, Macbeth kills Duncan and frames the guards with the help of Lady Macbeth. The goodness and morality of Macbeth that is evident at the beginning of the play soon diminishes as his power and ambition augment themselves.
The Lord of the Flies along with Macbeth informs us that the human nature cannot be seen with the naked eye. He is also very weak when it comes to standing his ground against what he believes is wrong and right.
Selective perception in lord of the flies
She craves for her husband to become the King of Scotland so they both can have an amount of power. Though Macbeth started out good, his evil nature conquered in the end. Rosse tells Macbeth that he has been made Thane of Cawdor, but later he hears King Duncan has made his son Malcolm as the next king. At the start of Macbeth, evil is first introduced with three witches discussing when they shall meet again with Macbeth. He sees the hunters chanting and war paint as senseless and is angered over their killings of Simon and Piggy and torture of Sam'n'Eric. Ralph is eventually forced out to the beach with the hunters right on his tail but is saved by a British navel officer who has come to take the boys home. Lord of the FlA group of British boys are stranded on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific after their plane was shot down. Ralph goes to confront Jack but he refuses to acknowledge his duties on the island. This displayed how a bunch of children could degenerate if given the right situation.
Jack Jack's main goal through the entire novel is to gain power, every major action he performs is directly related to him receiving or conserving his power. It is late and dark, the boys are dancing and feasting, they hear some noises, they think it is the beast and viciously attack it only to find out that it was Simon.
Macbeth's flaw of ambition and selective perception led him to his predestined death. The two main characters also do whatever they can in order to keep their power, Ralph continuing to encourage the boys to get off the island, and Jack bullying the boys into doing what he says.
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