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Betrayal in Macbeth and The Great Gatsby
Transcript of Betrayal in Macbeth and The Great Gatsby
Betrayal in Macbeth and The Great Gatsby
is the breaking of an agreement or doing something to hurt a relationship.
Betrayal in Macbeth
Macbeth betrays Duncan
Macbeth betrays Banquo
Macbeth betrays Macduff
Macbeth betrays king Duncan by killing him to retrieve the crown
Macbeth betrays Banquo by trying to kill him and his son because they were threats to him
Macbeth betrays Macduff by killing his family because he was a threat to him
The play Macbeth by William Shakespeare and the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald share many aspects in common. In particular, they share the theme of BETRAYAL.
Macbeth becomes king
Banquo's son comes back to avenge his father's death
Macduff comeback with an army against Macbeth
Macbeth feels bad about the deaths but does not admit it
Betrayal in the
Tom betrays Daisy
Myrtle betrays George
Daisy betrays Gatsby
Tom has an affair with Myrtle because Daisy was getting boring
Myrtle has an affair with Tom because Myrtle wanted to live the American Dream
Daisey leaves Gatsby for Tom after he goes
off to the war because she wanted to live the American Dream
Nothing really changes between them
Myrtle and George have an argument and Myrtle runs outside and gets run over
Gatsby lives a life chasing after daisy
Who is Judas and what did he do?
Son of Simon Iscariot
One of Jesus' 12 disciples
He was the "banker" of the group
He betrayed Jesus
He gave the soldiers Jesus location in exchange for 30 pieces of silver
Judas feels guilt and as a result commits suicide
The all betray to gain something greater
Feelings or regret
In Macbeth, character betray leaders and friends by killing
In The Great Gatsby, character betray spouses by cheating on eachother
Judas betrays his leader by giving the soldiers Jesus' location
Luke. "Bible Gateway Passage: Luke 22 - New International Version." Bible Gateway. Biblical, Inc, 1993. Web. 21 Jan. 2016.
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Ridgway, Paul. "Explore The Bible." Explore The Bible RSS. The Christadelphians, St. John's, NL Canada, 2011. Web. 21 Jan. 2016.
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"FAQs: Judas Iscariot." Beliefnet. Beliefnet, n.d. Web. 21 Jan. 2016.
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