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  • Macbeth In His Actions
    628 words
    When someone commits a crime, they are punished for their sin. If someone says, "go rob that store", the man robbing the store is persecuted, not usually the instigator. Everyone, regardless of status or wealth is responsible for his actions. No one can whip out a remote control and make them do anything they want them to do. Men can be manipulated, but he is still under his own control. No one can make his decision as to whether or not he is going to be obedient to his manipulator. In the play ...
  • Battle Between Macbeth And Macduff With Macbeth
    1,055 words
    Macbeth Essay "False face must hide what the false heart doth know". (I, vii, 82) The quote above signifies him being pushed and pushed into things that were intended for him to accomplish, although these actions creates a world of death and revenge. Macbeth was a victim of his own ambition. In Macbeth tragedy strikes upon Macbeth and causes him to lose his own life in order to live another. Macbeth is not a sympathetic character in that man can control his own destiny and that being pushed into...
  • Unplanned Murders Lady Macbeth
    919 words
    The struggle for power and control in Shakespeare Macbeth is evident from the beginning as Macbeth strives to be crowned by chance and Lady Macbeth prefers a slightly quicker more violent approach. Macbeth begins the play with no power but with a small amount of the control, hence Lady Macbeth had the power and most of the control. As they silently battle for control over their household and their future Macbeth kills in order for them to advance in social standing. It was Lady Macbeths desire f...
  • Control Over Lady Macbeth
    706 words
    When Macbeth becomes king he controls almost everyone, from servants to assassins. He even attempts to order the three witches to do his bidding. However, Macbeths actions and demeanor later in the play are the result of Lady Macbeth, who holds sway over her husband. It is she who at first coaxes and controls Macbeth, resulting in the change in his personality. The supernatural, in particular the three witches, exert control over both Macbeth and his lady. In fact, it is their influences that in...
  • Infamous Witches And Macbeth
    1,068 words
    The Downfall of Macbeth Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, is the tragic tale of Macbeth, a virtuous man, corrupted by power and greed. This tragedy can be classified by one of two theories. One theory suggests that the tragic hero, Macbeth, is led down an road of doom by an outside force; namely the three witches. The second suggests that there is no supernatural force working against Macbeth, which therefore makes him responsible for his own actions and inevitable downfall. Macbeth is in...
  • Play Macbeth
    697 words
    In the world of today many if not all people desire better lives, the desire to be better off. Traditionally some people will do almost anything to get what they want for themselves to feel happy or succeeded. In the play, Macbeth, by "William Shakespeare", MacBeth ends up in a predicament that's comparable to a shopping cart gaining speed downhill out of control. During the play MacBeth finds himself battling to keep control of his life and to maintain his dream. Bloodshed hard at first becomes...

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