Examples Of Soliloquy In Act 5 Scene 5 Of Macbeth '

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Live life to the fullest is often said by people to encourage others to leave an eventful life. A lot of people believe that your life should be spend doing things you love and that you should measure your life by how many years you lived, but by how happy you were in those years. Some people get up and do the exact same thing day in and day out and never have any excitement in their life. For some people that works perfectly fine, but other people have to constantly be doing something different and something eventful. In the play Macbeth, there is a soliloquy in Scene 5 of Act 5 where Macbeth says that life is basically pointless and signifies nothing. Personally, I believe that three messages from the “tomorrow’ soliloquy are that life signifies nothing, that life is told by an idiot, and that our individual lives have absolutely no worth. “Full of sound and fury signifying nothing.” (Page 409, Act 5 Scene 5, line 28-29) shows that Macbeth doesn’t believe that life signifies anything or has any purpose to it. I strongly believe that Macbeth only said a lot of these things because he was distraught at the time and didn’t actually mean most of what he said. Either way, this quote gives off the strong message that Macbeth things his own personal life signifies nothing. And I also believe that he is talking about life in…show more content…
It shows that he thinks that the person in command of his life and in control of what happens in his life is an idiot. That is a strong message especially for those people who believe in God and believes that he does everything for a reason and a purpose. I personally believe in God so I believe that everything happens for a reason and God always has a plan. When Macbeth challenges that idea and says that life is a tale told by an idiot, he is giving a strong

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