Examples Of Circle Of Violence In Macbeth

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The Circle of Violence Some say violence is not the answer to problems. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, violence is a panacea for all matters. Throughout the whole play, violence is used to gain power, deceive, and to get revenge. Macbeth uses violence as a weapon in the play to keep the throne, cover up his lies, and protect himself from people that know his crimes. All of this corruption puts a target on his back and ultimately leads to his death. The most prominent way Macbeth uses violence is to keep the throne. Throughout the whole play, he is constantly murdering people to gain more power, or keep the power he already has. When Macbeth realizes Banquo is smart enough to discover he killed Duncan, he says: To be thus is nothing/

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