The Role of Psychological dilemma in The Play Macbeth
Author(s):
Dr. Richa Dewani
Keywords:
Backdrop and Psychological Role
Abstract
Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth‘ has been considered as Psychological tragedy. Shakespeare introduces many soliloquies to expose the conflict of mind. It is conflict between reality and hope good and evil as well as duty and ambition. In a Psychological tragedy, the hero fights against himself. He has no struggle with his destiny. No man ever creates any obstacle in his way. In fact his own mind is divided between his reality and golden hopes. The conflict is between the two aspects of his own personality. bad decisions. Overall the moral dilemma faced by Macbeth is effectively conveyed through the creative use of dramatic irony and the effective portrayal of the central concerns of the play. Shakespeare successfully engages the readers sympathy for Macbeth through the exposition and the means through which he faces the dilemma are very clear.
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Unique Paper ID: 156909

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 314 - 319
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