How would you describe Shakespeare’s Macbeth in one word?

I need a word describing how grand or magnificent the play is. Except, not in those words. I need a word critics would say. Something professional.

Update:

P.S. I don’t need a noun like “tragedy.” I need an actual adjective.

P.S. I don’t need a noun like “tragedy.” I need an actual adjective.

7 answers by real people - How would you describe Shakespeare’s Macbeth in one word?

  • 1 month ago

    thought-provoking

    pleasurable

    fascinating

    awesome

  • cherepy
    5 days ago

    12. genuine – no women human beings human beings allowed. Hollywood have been given it incorrect. 15. genuine constructive he became into an actor on the Globe sixteen. fake his performs have been common 17. fake the undesirable human beings sat indoors the “much less costly seats” 19. genuine. and quite some greater suitable sonnets 20 fake there are numerous greater suitable styles of performs. In Shakespeare’s time that they had and he WROTE, histories (Henry V), tragedy (Othello) and comedy (a lot Ado approximately now not some thing).

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Bloody!

    From Shmoop/Macbeth

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Tragedy

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Invigorating

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    cursed.

    lots of accidents occur during productions of macbeth.

  • zoe
    1 month ago

    stupid. no just kidding. tragedy. thats how most of shakespeare’s plays are categorized.

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