Macbeth And Atticus Decisions

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Macbeth was immoral in his decision and it negatively affected his life and the lives around him, Atticus retained his values and doing so he positively affected everyone around him. Each man took a different course of action when faced with a conflict and it is what separates both men. Atticus was an honourable man he put his own interest aside in order to stand for what is right. Macbeth became immoral through the story and his decision reflected so, He put his own interest above other and used violence to move his own Cenacle agenda. Both men dealt with conflict differently and this essay will illustrate how the decisions both men made changes their lives as well as the people around them. Atticus is an honourable man he is faced with a difficult case and knows before the fact that taking the case will get him and his family hatred and…show more content…
Macbeth visits three witches and they deliver him good news saying that he will become king one day. All hail, Macbeth, thou shalt be king hereafter! […] Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none. So all hail, Macbeth and Banquo! (1.3.53;70-71) Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth to kill King Duncan and she organizes a plan to make Macbeth King. Macbeth kills King Duncan and start to feel remorse for his actions. This is very significant because it is the start of Macbeth savagery. Macbeth’s Cenacle agenda includes that he shall have a long reign as king of Scotland. Macbeth then kills everyone that gets in his way, even his good friend Banquo. Macbeth is completely driven by fear, He fears that someone will take the throne away from him and loses all remorse. Macbeth becomes a savage resort to only violence to solve his conflicts, he loses all his values. Macbeth is faced with opposite forces through the story and he deals with conflict with violence doing so Macbeth loses all honour and respect and become

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