Evil and wrong doing in the play Macbeth
Macbeth is the penultimate tale of serial crime; in relation he completes mindless acts of regicide to achieve absolute power. Above all, it is Macbeth’s ruthlessness, which leads to their complicity in mounting evil. The flaw in Macbeth’s make-up propels this great drama; the stage is set for a futile attempt to acquire absolute power, while psychological fragilities pave the way for the downfall of both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
“So fair is foul a day I have not seen.”
In act 1 scene 1 we learn that Macbeth is lead on by witches. Macbeth introversions between the witches and him make him sly and mischievous. Macbeth dwells on the words spoken by the witches which associate him with evil. The witches keep on infiltrating into his imagination; along with building on his ambition in result making him left in a sociological mess.
In act 1 scene 3 Macbeth now in a short space of time is keeping his witches meetings to himself. For example
“Why do I yield to that suggestion whose horrid image does unfix my hair?”
This is showing that Macbeth is being captivated by the witch’s prophecy. Macbeth is privileged of suggestion of grandeur in addition he is fighting with his conscious if he should do right or wrong.
In act 1 scene 4 King Duncan thinks very highly of Macbeth is still praising him even though he commits evil behind his back. Macbeth was regarded as a good man but all changes imminent bad ideas get put into his head. Macbeth knows the difference between right and wrong but now it is down to his conscience.
“Stars hide your fires. Let not light see my black and deep desire”
Macbeth is not satisfied and is very contemptuous; with one title greed and ambition only leaves him in a shycological trap. Macbeth begins to harbour ambitions of becoming king.
To conclude Macbeth was the main protagonist during this play and commints mindless acts of regiside. Macbeth presence has inflicted many people...