The Destruction Of Duncan's Death In Macbeth By William Shakespeare

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Macbeth’s death was a tragic event, an end of a king’s reign, the end of a rags to riches story, but more so, the end of a psychopaths self written life, coming to an end by his enemy. There’s no doubt that Macbeth’s life was written by himself, it wasn’t written for him. His impulsive and misjudged actions proved to be his greatest hamartia, as it leads to his head falling off the side of this castle. Although all of this wasn’t written for Macbeth’s future, he made it his own. You see, Macbeth’s life was being executed perfectly, until Macbeth started controlling his fate. First, he fast tracked to become king, destroying threads of time that should have been living, second, he destroyed all of his assets in a last ditch effort to stop his paranoia, and lastly, he started a war with himself, leaving to his beheading.…show more content…
A prophesy from 3 witches was laying itself out. It wasn’t long before King Duncan made Macbeth, Thane of Cawdor. Putting him in line for the throne, meaning he would be King of Scotland. Only behind Duncan’s son, Malcolm, Macbeth’s lack of patience and an urge pushed him to kill Duncan and drive Malcolm out of the country. Securing his fate of king a bit earlier then planned. This meant Macbeth was at the top of the food chain, a position where everyone else wanted to be. This made Macbeth powerful, rich and ultimately dangerous, to others and himself. He created enemies who were jealous of his status and who could end his life. His plan wasn’t fully thought out as he still had most of Duncan’s associates in the kingdom. So he decided to remove them, some killed and some driven away, but what he didn’t know as he created more enemies and fell in power with the absence of these men. These men could have solidified his reign as king, but making them enemies proved to be his downfall. The absence of Duncan and his monarch weren’t supposed to be removed, but Macbeth removing them lead to his written

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