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Macbeth VS Kong Hee VS Viva La Vida
Transcript of Macbeth VS Kong Hee VS Viva La Vida
Viva La Vida (persona in song)
THE FALL OF A
Sweep the streets I used to own
I used to rule the world
would when I gave the word
Now in the morning I sleep alone
VIVA LA VIDA- COLDPLAY
The fall of a king or a great leader is clearly evident in the first verse of the song.
the drastic change and transition from
is a parallel alignment to Macbeth
he loses his prized possession of the throne and eventually dies in the hands of his enemy
– the rightful king.
Feel the fear in my enemy's eyes
I used to roll the dice
Listen as the crowd would sing
"Now the old king is dead! Long live the king!"
similar to the setting in Scotland where Macbeth rises to become King after the collapse of King Duncan, emphasising greatly on the theme of ‘power and ambition’
and what he used to be.
turning point in Macbeth the play
One minute I held the key
Upon pillars of
And I discovered that my castles stand
Next the walls were on me
realisation hits when the individual takes a step back
to analyse the situation
salt and sand represents the way he attained the title of King--weak and unreliable, like the underhand methods Macbeth used.
It was the wicked and wild wind
People couldn't believe what I'd become
Shattered windows and the sound of drums
“Wicked” points towards the witches
“wild wind” is like the gloomy
weather and thunderstorm when he met the witches.
KONG HEE'S "FALL"
yet, among these similarities, the huge difference is
Blew down the doors to let me in
Gladys Hong (311)
Yvette Tan (312)