Compare the ways in which writers present ideas about heroes and villains in 'Macbeth' and 'Animal Farm'

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  • Compare the ways in which writers present ideas about heroes and villains in 'Macbeth' and 'Animal Farm'
    • Macbeth-Hero
      • Golden Opinions/  Battle  Honours
        • 'For brave Macbeth, for he deserves that name' (Act 1 Scene 1)
      • Tragic Hero
        • 'Macbeth does murdered sleep' Act 2 Scene 2
      • Influence of the Supernatural
        • The Witches
    • Napoleon-Hero
      • 'Napoleon is always right'
    • Lust for Power (Macbeth)
      • Power Corrupts
        • 'Fair is foul' (Act 1 Scene 1)
      • Regret-Creates Sympathy
        • 'Macbeth shall sleep no more' (Act 2 Scene 2)
      • Pride
        • 'My Genius' (Act 3)
    • Lust for Power (Napoleon)
      • Expels Snowball
        • Ensures that he has complete dictatorship over Animal Farm
      • Bans Meetings
        • Takes away the voices of others in favour of a 'Special Committee of pigs'
    • Language
      • Imagery of Darkness
        • 'Hover through the fog and filthy air'
      • Death, decay and hell

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dsamantharenee

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dsamantharenee

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Jjang

Thanks! This helped me a lot! :)

prisonbreak01

bad.

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