Victim Of Fate In Macbeth
After Lady Macbeth convinces her husband to kill duncan in order for him to become king macbeth has a soliloquy where he distinguished the rights and the wrongs about what he 's about to do. “Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee. I have thee not, and yet I see thee still. Art thou …show more content…
“Tell thee, Macduff was from his mother’s womb/Untimely ripp’d.” The connection between my thesis and the topic is that the witches said to macbeth that the only person who can kill him is not born from a woman, when the witches said that macbeth thought he was invincible because everyone is born of woman. Macbeth became very cocky when the sisters told him this but macduff as he said that he was “untimely ripp’d” which means that the mother of macduff died while trying to give birth so right when she died the doctors cut her open and took out macduff so he is the only one that can kill macbeth. The final battle between macbeth and macduff is very significant because macbeth had macduffs wife and child killed so macduff has a vengence and macbeth knows he is going to die because the prophecy is true that only macduff can harm him so macbeth accepts his fate of death. Macbeth knew what he had coming but he didn’t shy away from death, he accepted it molded by it. Macduff had his revenge on Macbeth and since he is dead and the crown goes to the rightful owner and no foul is foul and fair is fair.
The life lesson of this story is that you cannot control fate, bad things happen when you try to. Fate is nothing that you play around with and you must be careful what you wish for is the other life lesson because Macbeth wanted to be king so badly that he would do whatever necessary to have the crown and to keep it. Macbeth ended up dying with the crown, he caused the famous quotation “fair is foul, and foul is fair” since he died everything is restored and foul is foul and fair is