Guilt In Macbeth

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Evil can make you do unnatural things and make you do things you never thought you would do. The mood of evil starts when Lady Macbeth selfishly desired to become queen and was willing to do anything to get that even if it meant murder. Macbeth was deceived by his evil wife and pushed to the limits which resulted in his own death. Macbeth commits murders led by his wife's premeditated murder. As a result, Macbeth’s evil actions destroyed his victims lives and their families. Lady Macbeth felt guilt by her actions which haunted her in her sleep. Lady Macbeth showed no remorse which benefited in her favor because no one expected her to be the mastermind behind the murders committed. Macbeth was affected by his actions because although he would…show more content…
After his victory short after was greeted by the three witches. He gains confidence when he talks to the three witches that predict “Banquo and Macbeth, all hail!”. A spark of ambition fell upon Macbeth and influenced him into becoming king. “Let not light see my black and deep desires”. Macbeth desperate want for the crown becomes angry at his best friend Banquo because he felt Banquo would take that opportunity away from him. He then had self-doubt to becoming king which leads him to kill his best friend Banquo because he suddenly developed the idea of Banquo conspiring against him. He thinks nothing of it at first and then sees a ghost of Banquo at a feast and he stops and stares at the ghost and his wife Lady Macbeth tries to pull him together but he was frozen with fear . Macduff hears what happened to Banquo and wants to take revenge on Macbeth for his actions he has…show more content…
Fleance (Banquo's son) was ambushed, Banquo was killed but Fleance escaped. When Macbeth heard of his hitman failing to kill Fleance he asks the witches if what he must do to stop their prophecy of Fleance becoming the next king. The witches dont exactly tell Macbeth how to stop Fleance from becoming the king but tell him three apparitions. The first apparition is a armored head warning Macbeth of Macduff's revenge of Banquo. The second apparition is a bloody child says no man who says Macbeth will be vanquished when Great Birnam Wood comes to high Dunsinane Hill. Macbeth is later informed that the forest is getting closer little did they know a battle was about to happen. As the battle begins Macduff meets Macbeth face to face and engage in a duel to see who will hold the throne. Macbeth taunts Macduff saying he cannot be killed by any man born of a woman. Macbeth is surprised when Macduff reveals he wa ripped from his mother’s womb and Macbeth to kneel, Macbeth refuses even though he knows his fate and fights to death. Macduff carries macbeth's head as a trophy and takes Macbeth's royalty as

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