The Guilt Of Murder In Shakespeare's Macbeth

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“False face must hide what the false heart doth know” and that is what everyone is doing when it comes to addressing the murders Macbeth condemns, in the play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Throughout the story, Macbeth takes part in creating murderous plans; the killings of Duncan, Banquo and MacDuff’s family are all done by him and he does not receive any punishment. It is important to change people’s mindset that “Fair is foul, and foul is fair,” when in reality fair is meant to be fair, while foul is foul. Because of the destructive plans to kill Duncan, Banquo, and MacDuff’s family, Macbeth is guilty of first degree murder, unlawful killing done after planning. Macbeth’s cruel intentions and actions prove he is guilty of murder in the first degree. With the help of wife, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth takes part of a…show more content…
Because Lady Macbeth plans the murder, most people say he did not plan it. This is wrong since Macbeth knew about the plan and went through with it, proving he guilty of first degree murder. Not only does Macbeth create a plan to murder Duncan, but he also creates one to kill off his best friend, Banquo, proving he is guilty of first degree murder. Macbeth strategizes a plan to kill Banquo and Fleance, Banquo’s son, to stop his paranoia of Banquo’s family line taking over Scotland. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Because Macbeth carries on with the plan, he is guilty of murder. (use quote correctly)Macbeth hires murderers and advises “where to plant yourselves” for the plan to properly work. Proving he is guilty of the death of Banquo, Macbeth’s murderous plan ends up working !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(actual murder scene??) Although people say he did not murder banquo, he still created a plan for his death, which indicates he is the killer… (add in

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