Macbeth, By William Shakespeare Essay

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William Shakespeare 's great tragedy Macbeth depicts how one man can destroy his life of good for the urge of evil. Macbeth conscientiously makes decision that jolts him into evil, and is then deluged by it. Macbeth has surrendered to doing evil and know it. He is disgusted by himself because of his actions. Macbeth presents good nature as well, but as soon as his ambitions are sparked Macbeth falls victim to another evil doing and becomes a evil man.
In the beginning of the play, Macbeth starts off as a a honoured general, a faithful husband and a loyal subject of the king. “for brave Macbeth-well he deserves that name”(Blooms Lit) Shakespeare says that Macbeth deserved the name brave, because he fought for his country and for his king, and shows no cowardness. Everyone respected Macbeth , even the king. Macbeth is weak, but “the full measure of wickedness is never disguised”(Utah Shakespeare) Macbeth already has evil in his heart, we can’t see this evilness until Macbeth ambition is sparked when he first received the prophecies of the witches, he considered them. “Two truths are told...but what is not”(Navigator) , Macbeth considered that the witches prophecy were probably correct ,because of what he don’t know. I believe that if it hadn’t been for other characters, Macbeth would not be committing all these atrocious crimes.
The witches prophecy brings out the evil conscience Macbeth already had. They influence him to awake his ambitions. Shakespeare presents Macbeth…

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