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The tragedy Macbeth does reveal much about human nature. Chandler describes it as “a paradox of disappointment. Defeat, shattered hopes, and ultimate death face us all as human beings” (para. 2). In life some of our hopes become shattered. We, at some point, will face death, and also defeat. Macbeth tries to do the right thing. He then finds himself, like anyone who makes a mistake finds themselves, trying to find a way to make it right, a spiraling effect. Chandler describes the “paradox of disappointment” as death symbolically emphasizing the disappointment and defeat that accompany death. I agree with a lot of how Chandler described MacBeth being a close connection with human nature. what is your thoughts on this? do you agree or disagree?

The tragedy Macbeth does reveal much about human nature. Chandler describes it as “a paradox of disappointment. Defeat, shattered hopes, and ultimate death face us all as human beings” (para. 2). In life some of our hopes become shattered. We, at some point, will face death, and also defeat. Macbeth tries to do the right thing. He then finds himself, like anyone who makes a mistake finds themselves, trying to find a way to make it right, a spiraling effect. Chandler describes the “paradox of disappointment” as death symbolically emphasizing the disappointment and defeat that accompany death. I agree with a lot of how Chandler described MacBeth being a close connection with human nature.

what is your thoughts on this? do you agree or disagree?