The Downfall Of Macbeth In Mac

People and ideas can greatly affect the outcome of a person’s life, determining whether the outcome will be successful or disastrous. Decisions and actions can also influence outcome. This is the case in Macbeth. Many factors cause the ruin of Macbeth and for that reason, all the blame for his downfall cannot be placed on Macbeth himself, despite the fact that he is the one that commits or has people commit the murders which lead to his downfall. Lady Macbeth’s encouragement and convincing lead Macbeth to take the first step towards his destruction. The witches and their prophecies are equally accountable, since the witches reveal their predictions to Macbeth, giving him a ...

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Macbeth had never encountered the witches, they would never have revealed the prophecies to him. He would have become the Thane of Cawdor, and he would never have even considered the idea of making himself the King of Scotland. It would have remained a fantasy that would probably never have come true in the way that it did.
The witches are the ones who allow Macbeth to discover his future, and by doing this, they give him the opportunity to consider making the prophecy come true. The only way to do this is to murder Duncan, the present King of Scotland. At first he is reluctant to do so. Lady Macbeth points out that he has the perfect opportunity, since the King will be spending the night at their castle, Inverness. Macbeth’s conscience, however, is holding him back from committing the murder.
He’s here in double trust:
First, as I am his kinsman and his subject,
Strong both against the deed; then as his host,
Who should against his murderer shut the door.
Not ...

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The effect and it!…
Come, thick night,
And pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell,
That my keen knife see not the wound it makes,
Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark
To cry “Hold, hold!” (I, v, ll 44-58)
The only way to do this is to turn to the supernatural, the evil, and ask them to help her carry out her tasks. With the help of the supernatural, Lady Macbeth sets out to convince her husband to kill the king.
The feelings of reluctance that Macbeth was plagued with eventually leave him. Lady Macbeth constantly tries to convince her husband to kill Duncan, or at least to let her help him do so. Her words of convincing do not help very ...

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