Analysis Of ' Macbeth ' By William Shakespeare Essay

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Macbeth Essay Sanse. A Corruption continues to roam this world as the sign of mischief. Authors continue to use it as a topic for its relevance, where this is shown in the Shakespeare classic Macbeth. The witches are introduced as the “evil” in the story and have a goal in mind of corrupting others. Corruption is a form of dishonest practice due to the urge for power, money, or leadership. This form of greed is the reason to bad ending to many situations. Corruption was the reason for the end of many characters, especially Macbeth as his better judgement and morality is destroyed. Corruption destroys characters’ better judgement and morality as it blinds them from seeing the truth, dismisses the good advice of others, and leads to ruthless behaviour due to a lack of sympathy. In the play Macbeth it shows the act of corruption changing many characters, destroying the better judgement and morality of the group. Shakespeare shows through the inability to see the truth. Macbeth commits many despicable acts in his road through corruption. Macbeth feels that he is unstoppable and nothing can bring him down with his tyranny. As the second apparition appears and states “Be bloody, bold, and resolute’ laugh to scorn the power of man, for none of woman born shall harm Macbeth” (IV, i, 86-88), he simply replies with “Then live, Macduff: what need I fear of thee? But yet I’ll make assurance double sure. And take a…

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