Macbeth and Othello are two of Shakespeare's four tragedies. The two are distinctly different pieces, but the similarities between what you want to convey and what you want to do. Macbeth was initially been a very kind and loyal servant of the king, but by the prophecy of witches he killed the king and degenerated into evil. Othello also falls into Iago's jealousy of being a double whiz, killing and destroying his innocent wife. We can find a similarity here between Macbeth and Othello. The simple analogy was that they were both strong and wise soldiers. But the two are so gullible that they end up in the path of evil. Macbeth turned to the Witch's prophecy, killed and destroyed the king, and Othello fell into Iago's trap and killed his wife. What was Shakespeare really trying to convey here? I thought maybe they were writing two pieces in the hope that people would behave rationally. It was not too much to say that Christianity ruled Europe, but it was a time of the strong will, faith, and coercion. Shakespeare seems to be trying to teach us a lesson that people no longer want religion to leave their lives, their choices, and their destiny to think for themselves and think rationally. The other two works, Hamlet and King Lear, were curious to see what kind of lessons they had. I want to read the other two pieces and find the similarities and differences between the four major tragedies.
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