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    The Mouth of Evil Macbeth, a play written by William Shakespeare, is a story about a man who craves power so much that he kills the King of Scotland. Once the people of Scotland suspect Macbeth for the death of Duncan, the King, they send an army after Macbeth. Macbeth fights to the point where his life violently ends when Macduff decapitates him. Justice is restored and the chain of being is no longer out of place. Many could compare Macbeth’s life to kinetic friction. Kinetic friction is a…

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    Imagery In Macbeth

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    imagery to enhance characterization and support the continuous theme of fate. Macbeth's attitude is drastically different in the end compared to his behavior in the beginning. At first Macbeth is loyal to his friends, including Banquo, and King Duncan who says, "I have begun to plant thee, and will labor /…

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    After the first battle in Act I, Macbeth suffers a psychological when the witches, present him with the idea of becoming king. It was then that his mind then begins to race, with the killer instinct he contains. Psychology is a theme that Shakespeare was very familiar with during his years of writing and he would express his knowledge with…

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    upon my shoulders tonight as I write this entry. My dear Macbeth sits just across the room from me, but I find myself feeling more completely and utterly alone than I ever have. Whenever I close my eyes, the horrid image of the beloved King Duncan splayed in a crimson pool of his own blood haunts me entirely. I fear that my health is rapidly deteriorating as I can no longer find restful sleep. I have been told that when I do manage to fall asleep, which is very rare, I apparently roam the castle…

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    's house and has his wife and children murdered. Macduff is not at his home but is in England raising a new army to overthrow Macbeth and take back Scotland. When Malcolm bring the news of the deaths of his family members to Macduff he finds it troubling to tell him the truth. When he finally does Macduff shows his true feelings: “I shall do so, / But i must also feel it as a man”(4.3.220-221). Malcolm tells Macduff to use this to his advantage and face Macbeth. Malcolm thinks that killing…

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    Who Is Ross In Macbeth

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    as he prompts Duncan to pronounce Macbeth Thane of Cawdor, he sparks Macbeth’s desire in becoming King and he triggers Macduff’s desire to murder Macbeth. To begin with, Ross prompts Duncan to pronounce Macbeth Thane of Cawdor as he informs Duncan that the Thane of Cawdor is a “disloyal traitor” during the battle against Norway. Hearing this, Duncan decides to “pronounce [The Thane of Cawdor] present death/ And with his former title greet Macbeth.” (1.2.74-75). By Ross providing Duncan with this…

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    Reason For Macbeth

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    I believe he would not have been tempted by thoughts of kingship if he never met the witches.They tricked him by predicting that he would become the king of Scotland. The witches told macbeth he would never be a king unless he assassinates the current king Duncan who, up to this time Macbeth was loyal to. Macbeth was a heroic soldier and loyal to the king. He did not nurse the thought of hurting Duncan. They actually got him confused at first even after he told his wife; Lady Macbeth who…

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    and lifelike. Macbeth is good because he fights against the rebels and helps Scotland. Creon is good because he gives Eteocles a proper funeral. They are both consistent because Creon keeps enforcing the law and Macbeth keeps trying to stay king and does anything he needs to do to stay in that position. They are both lifelike because Creon mourns for his dead wife and son, and Macbeth also feels guilty because he kills Duncan. The immense time difference from both plays shows how they are…

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    consistent, and lifelike. Macbeth is good because he fights against the rebels and helps Scotland. By giving Eteocles a proper funeral Creon is seen as a good man. They are both consistent because Creon keeps enforcing the law and Macbeth tries everything to stay king and does anything he needs to do to stay in that position. Creon mourns for his wife and kids which shows how he is lifelike. Feeling guilty for killing Duncan displays how Macbeth is lifelike. The immense time difference from both…

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    the path. He gained his status as a King by murdering Duncan. He didn’t play fair. Macbeth by William Shakespeare, illustrated by Gareth Hinds. In “Macbeth,” William Shakespeare shows Macbeth’s downfall by killing Duncan, Banquo, and Macduff’s family. First factor that causes his downfall is by killing Duncan, second factor is by killing Banquo, and his last factor is by killing Macduff’s family. A first way of Macbeth’s downfall is killing Duncan. He murdered him because of power. He wants to…

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