Anglo-Saxon Culture in Macbeth
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The paper examines the aspects of Anglo-Saxon culture that are prevalent in the tragedy "Macbeth", including religious implications, the unique interpretation of the idea of faith and the social customs which ruled over the people of early Britain after the departure of the Romans from the area. The paper shows how these elements help frame the tragic story of a man who rejected the normal behavior allotted to his status and let his ambition ruin an entire nation.
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