Shakespeare's Vision Of Evil In Macbeth By William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare was an English poet and a playwright. He was known as the greatest play writer in England and his plays are studied today in schools. One of his most famous and goriest tragedies was Macbeth. Macbeth was a play that was seen to be Shakespeare’s deep vision of evil which was based on greediness and determination. The play revolves around a man’s irresistible desire to become a king and would resort to any means to achieve his dream. Shakespeare’s understanding of the difficulty of the human nature is shown through the character of Macbeth. Therefore, in this essay, I will explore how William Shakespeare presents Macbeth’s strong feelings in wanting to become the king and the various emotions he goes through. I will be studying …show more content…
“Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand?”. This quote shows Macbeth is talking to himself about his wrongdoing about killing king Duncan because of the murder Macbeth awakens to wickedness of what he has just done and us the audience believe that Macbeth is not quite strong enough as he believes he is. The word ‘Neptune’ can show even the world greatest creator cannot cure the sin Macbeth have just done and the water cannot cleanse his bad …show more content…
She is the one that has planned the devious killing and even took part in to help her husband to reach her higher stage. Hark! I laid the their daggers ready; he could not miss ‘em. Had not resembled my father as he slept, I had done’t. This suggest that lady Macbeth has done everything to help Macbeth murder king Duncan but however she doesn’t have the courage to kill king Duncan due the similarities he has to her father but if he didn’t she wouldn’t feel no remorse of killing him this shows her true nature and that lady Macbeth is person that wears ‘pants’ in the relationship as all these proof has shown that she controls Macbeth and has a big effect on his evil behaviour. In the first couple of scene Macbeth was more reliant on lady Macbeth and expected her to do the filthy work however throughout the acts we can see in act 5 scene 3 how Macbeth behaviour and changed to the guilty and doubtful man before the killing to the confident person he was after the killing of king Duncan. “Where got’st thou that goose look”. This show how bad-mannered and more talkative he became as he was crowned as the king of Scotland and he believes he has the power to insult People to get his pleasure and the way he describe his servant is atrocious also comparing him to animal such as goose it shows whatever the

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