The context of violence can be interpreted in many ways. In the story, figures of witches come to the character Macbeth consulting him of prophecies, raising his curiosity and his ambition, which eventually lead to his downfall. The theme of violence is central to the development of the narrative and the characters by fulfilling the prophecies; violence manifests within. Macbeth exemplifies a very violent man throughout the play but in this it is portrayed as courageous. He speaks of standing up to Macbeth and killing him as a way to avenge the murders that Macbeth has caused.
The purpose if this essay is to prove that the theme in the two contrasting literary works of Twilight saga: eclipse by Stephenie Meyer and Macbeth by William Shakespeare are alike. The theme of destruction being inevitable in both literary pieces are the same through the element of symbolism used to connect and foreshadow events in each piece. Although the plot for each novel differs, the twin methods of symbolism they utilize evidently leads to inevitable destruction and deserve further examination. Peter Klimek Mrs.