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Reviews by Donald

Macbeth

by William Shakespeare

The play has no depth other than the ridiculous interpretations that other force upon it. It does make uses of many dated metaphors, that to the simpleton makes it appear deep. To short to allow for the development of plot or characters, which given that it is a play is reasonable, but that does not excuse it when people read it as a novel (which they shouldn't). Keep is mind that the play's primary audience was simple minded presents.

Reviewed on 2013.05.29

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