Friday, September 30, 2011

Macbeth topic sentence

Compose a topic sentence that answers that following question: In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, what does Macbeth most value and why?

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  1. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the character Macbeth most values power because he was willing to kill his relative and god appointed King Duncan, and his best friend Banquo to obtain and keep the throne.

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  2. In Macbeth by Shakespeare, Macbeth most values power because he will do anything to obtain his high social status and continue to move up to become king.

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  3. In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth most values himself as King and will stop at nothing in order to remain king and maintain his legacy.

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  4. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the main character Macbeth most values his personal satisfaction because without a single concern for his wife and friends, he brutally murdered many in order to not only gain the throne, but maintain it.

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  5. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values power because he commits awful murders, ruins his relationships with friends and family, and loses himself entirely in order to get it.

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  6. In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the title character most values power, in the form of his reign as king, as shown by his willingness to sacrifice anything, including his morality to gain and maintain his reign as king.

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  7. In Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, Macbeth most values power because he has sacrificed his innocence to obtain it, and he continues to commit heinous crimes in order to maintain his powerful position as King.

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  9. In Shakespeare's renown play Macbeth,the tragic hero, Macbeth, most values his power because he brutally murdered Duncan, the man that believed Macbeth was loyal to him, and Banquo, his trusted friend just to gain more power than he already had.

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  10. In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth values power the most because he is not only willing to murder in order to obtain social dominance, he is willing to kill his best friend, women, and children in order to maintain it.

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  11. Throughout the play of Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, I believe that Macbeth most values his power and his reign over the kingdom because throughout the story, that is his main focus, and he does not exhibit care about anything else.

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  12. In Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth values his power, and his family, which eventually leads to killing people to keep these things safe because he cares about them deeply.

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  13. In Macbeth by Shakespeare, Macbeth most values power and wealth because he has worked so hard to obtain the title of king and feels to keep this status he needs to go to all means he deems necessary to get what he wants and stay king.

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  14. In William Shakespeare's acclaimed play Macbeth most values power because he sacrifices his humanity to obtain it by murdering Duncan and hiring murderers to kill Banquo, Lady Macduff, and Macduff's child just so that he can continue his terrible rule.

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  15. In the play Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, Macbeth most values power because he has murdered many people, betrayed his country, and has sacrificed his goodness for greed.

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  16. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth as the main character, most values sovereignty because he is willing to go to the extreme such as killing women and children as well as friends and relatives, to maintain his jurisdiction.

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  17. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth values his power the most, because he is not only willing to kill the former king who deeply trusted him, but also his best friend and many others in order to keep that power.

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  18. In Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth has many values that are constantly changing; however, the substance he values most is power because he kills his friends to maintain the throne where he has never killed for anything before.

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  19. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values power because is willing to kill woman, children, and the King to obtain supremacy.

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  20. Macbeth most treasures his power and his authority over other people. Because Lady Macbeth was always controlling him, he got tired of it and decided to take fate head-on. The witches build his confidence and capability of becoming King and claiming the throne.

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  21. In Shakespeare's play Macbeth, you can see Macbeths' values vary from scene to scene. In the beginning Macbeth was seen as the doting husband who had lust and much caring for his wife, to murdering person after person after taking the life of King Duncan to gain power and cover up his detrimental lies.

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  22. In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the character Macbeth most values power because he is willing to kill his king, his best friend, and risk everything to obtain more power.

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  23. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, power is most valued by Macbeth because his venture for power murders the king, murders his best friend, and leads to his death.

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  24. The title character in Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, values power and strength above all else because he is willing to commit unthinkable acts, lose his loved ones, and give his life all to ultimately become king.

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  25. In the world-famous play Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, the lead character, Macbeth is most concerned with his self-image. Although he wants power, he always retracts back to self-image immediately.

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  26. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values power because his overwhelming desire for it drove him to commit terrible deeds and murders, such as killing Duncan, killing his best friend Banquo, and killing Macduff's defenseless family.

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  27. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values power because he murders the king he was earlier so loyal to and not only does he kill his best friend, but women and children as well to secure the power he desires.

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  28. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, power is most highly valued by Macbeth because that was what he killed and died to achieve, he thought is was his destiny to obtain it, and he would do anything to protect it.

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  29. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth,the main character Macbeth puts the highest value on power because he risks treason, close friendship, and sanity to acquire it.

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  30. In Macbeth by William Shakepeare, Macbeth most values power because he is willing to murder, lie, and risk his own life to become king of Scotland.

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  31. In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the character Macbeth treasures his wife's love over all else because he is willing to kill his king, Duncan, his best friend, Banquo, and Macduff's family all for her.

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  32. In Macbeth by William Shakespeare, what Macbeth values most is becoming king and then staying king not only because of the witches prophecy, but because of his own greed

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  33. In Macbeth by William Shakepeare, Macbeth most values his own best interests because he is very selfish and only cares about himself.

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  34. In Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth values power the most because that is the only thing he thinks he needs in life.

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  35. Is Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth. Macbeth most values his reputation because he will go to great extents to keep it in tact.

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  36. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the tragic hero Macbeth values the discretion of fate the most, because he strongly believes that fate will have its way, and eventually gives in to this belief.

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  37. In "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, the main character, Macbeth, values mental security the most because he killed Banquo to put his mind at ease, killed Macduff's family because the apparition's prophecy told him Macduff wasn't safe, and he needed to revisit the witches in act four so he could find out what he should feel secure about.

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  38. Shakespeare's play Macbeth shows how his main character Macbeth values power more than anything else because he is willing to give up everything for it, kill innocent people, and to lose his wife.

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  39. Shakespeare's powerful writing in Macbeth illustrates that Macbeth most values his position as king because he is will to kill friends, leaders and risks everything as his mental state spirals downward.

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  40. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, obtaining the throne is what Macbeth values the most, because he is so insanely driven to kill, and he will stop at nothing to be king.

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  41. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, the main character Macbeth values power above everything else because he will do whatever it takes to obtain it, including murdering the king that believed in him, his best friend, and innocent women and children.

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  42. Macbeth, the main character in William Shakespeare's play Macbeth, values power as he stops at nothing to become King.

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  43. Throughout Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, the character Macbeth most value's his life, power, and is willing to do anything to obtain them.

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  44. In William Shakespeare's play Macbeth, the main character Macbeth most values his power because he will stop at nothing to maintain it even if it means slaughtering women and children as well as fighting to the death.

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  45. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth values power over anything else because his ambitions for gaining the throne have been resulting in countless murders and the ruthless-minded killing of innocent bystanders to his actions.

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  46. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values being king over everything else because he is willing to commit murder over it and without power, he has nothing to live for or at least that is what he thinks.

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  47. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values authority because he is willing to go to ruthless measures to fulfill the witches' prophesies.

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  48. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth most values power because he is willing to kill his kin and king Duncan to obtain the power, and kill his good friend Banquo to remain in power.

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  49. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the tragic hero Macbeth values power the most because he is is willing to go to desperate measures to fulfill his desires.

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  50. In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the tragic hero Macbeth values power more than anything and this is shown by his ability to give up anything for it, murder innocent people, and even value power over the death of his wife.

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