Sometimes people make bad choices and can't do anything to change it when its already done. Also sometimes you make bad decitions thinking its going to be something good for yourself but your future is already planed so your plans can go wrong. An example from Macbeth is that he wanted to kill Banquo and hes son to become king. The future is already has plans for them so when they tried killing them only Banquo died and not his son. Also luck is based on the effort you put in
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Decisions determine the path of a man's life, The types of decisions ensure the destination and the emotions which follow. In the beginning Macbeth was a hero with lots of fame but he is filled with greed and wants to be king. There were key experiences that Macbeth endured, which show an internal conflict of Macbeth. William Shakespeare highlights the dishonest tasks as thrilling and rewarding until the guilt and stress set in. Showing that doing evil things may be thrilling at the time but sooner or later karma will set in.
The three witches told Macbeth of his fate. Did the events in Macbeth?s life occur because of the witches? prophesy or was it because of the choices he made? Could there possibly be some of both? What caused Macbeth to fall? Was it his fate or his free will?
Act I of Shakespeare’s Macbeth serves as the beginning and exposition for the story to come, a tragedy filled with deceit and dishonor. This is made clear through the introduction of the titular character, Macbeth himself, and the dichotomy that develops within him. Before Macbeth ever enters the act, he is spoken of by a Scottish captain as among the bravest and most valuable soldiers in the army under King Duncan. After hearing of this account, Duncan has the utmost respect for Macbeth, exclaiming that he is “smack of honor” (ii. 61) and rewarding his courage with the title of Thane of Cawdor. At this point in the play, Macbeth is not only appears as a noble and worthy subject, but every indication suggests that this is the reality of his
There are many ways to make a decisions, but the important part is if you make a good or bad decisions. Are there ways to make a decision?When making a decision you have to know exactly what you are making your decision on. The story “Macbeth” written by Williams Shakespeare has many decision that was made within the story.A factor could be making a list and crossing out the least favorite ones and choosing the best one. Another why on making a decision is really taking the time and knowing that's exactly what you choose to do. The third factor is to think about your decision long and hard before you make a decision, so you can know for sure thats its the right decision for you.
In William Shakespeare’s, The Tragedy of Macbeth, the main character, a loyal Scottish soldier by the name Macbeth, is enticed into betraying his king by the weaknesses that come to light when three witches prophesize great fortune in the form of kinghood. At the time, unknowing Macbeth sees this as a fortunate turn of events, and sends word to his wife, thus exposing his most fatal flaw: a distinct lack of independence. When it turns out that the king, in fact, chooses his son, the prince, instead of Macbeth as heir to the throne, the Lady Macbeth takes advantage of the opportunity provided by the king’s visit to their home to ensure her and her husband’s financial security. By killing the king and scaring off the heirs, Macbeth would have the throne as his. But, the lady must first bypass Macbeth’s weaknesses, and instill within him a new one. Using her own quick wits, Lady Macbeth manages to cultivate her husband’s ambition until it controls him, to the point that even Macbeth blames for his actions, not realizing that, despite his courageous accomplishments in battle, his true flaw is his severe lack of independence, proven by his weakness of conviction, avoidance of emotional conflict or discomfort, and his inability to accept the consequences of his actions.
King or not? William Macbeth is the infamous character in William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth. He is the epitome of good versus evil within oneself. Macbeth had to toil with many different natures of himself which eventually lead to his death. To some he was a hero, but to others and himself he was a tragedy waiting to happen. In Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth wrestles with ambition, deceit, and guilt.
Macbeth is a play and was written by William Shakespeare in 1606. It was then later made into a film version which was directed by Roman Polanski in 1971. Macbeth captures the story of how a brave, noble, loyal servant of the king can so easterly become selfish, vain, curule and how so quickly greed and desire for more power can over rule ones morals. Although Macbeth made the decisions which led to his death there were other influences which could have persuaded him to his downfall. The Witches, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth himself all where contributing factors.
Macbeth's Ambiguous Situations The audience finds in William Shakespeare's tragic drama Macbeth a number of developments and words and situations which are equivocal, unclear, unintelligible. This essay will explore and analyze these parts of the play. L.C. Knights in the essay "Macbeth" mentions equivocation, unreality and other possible causes of ambiguity within the play: The equivocal nature of temptation, the commerce with phantoms consequent upon false choice, the resulting sense of unreality ("nothing is, but what is not"), which has yet such power to "smother" vital function, the unnaturalness of evil ("against the use of nature"), and the relation between disintegration in the individual ("my single state of man") and disorder in the larger social organism - all these are major themes of the play which are mirrored in the speech under consideration.
One of the biggest problems that people face, whether on a large or small scale, is making decisions. Each decision holds weight, and often reflects ones’ true character and morals. In Act 1 Scene 4 of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, in which the namesakes’ character is followed in his eventual quest to become king, Macbeth has an aside in which he is deciding his next plan of action, and in Act 1 Scene 4 he is discussing the same decision with Lady Macbeth. The play revolves around this decision and its consequences. Macbeth’s aside in Act 1 Scene 4 contrasts with his exchange with Lady Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 7, showing his inner struggles throughout the play and decides his true nature.
Since The Tragedy of Macbeth was written there has been speculation about the cause of Macbeth's downfall. Readers ponder whether Macbeth's fall was caused by a flaw in his character, Lady Macbeth, or an outside force of evil. Although the witches set a certain mood and Lady Macbeth exerts a certain influence on him, Macbeth's downfall is caused by his own character.
A flaw, a fault in a person that translates through their actions and consequences. Some refer to flaws as “perfect imperfections,” attempting to normalize their existence. This is not the case in Macbeth, where one fatal flaw can be the difference between life and death. In the world of Shakespeare, tragedy is often paired with a comical aspect such as a wedding; as is the case with the plays, As You Like It and Othello. William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, is unique in the fact that it is inarguably a tragedy from beginning to end, with elements of vice and deceit playing large roles in the plot. Shakespeare emphasizes the rise and fall of his main character, Macbeth, painting him in a complex way; one that is left
Factors Contributing to Macbeth's Downfall in William Shakespeare's Macbeth In William Shakespeare's famous play Macbeth, there are many reasons for Macbeth's gradual downfall. Numerous factors contributed to Macbeth's ruin, such as his own character flaws and his demanding wife, Lady Macbeth. The Three Witches, however, caused Macbeth the most trouble. First, the sisters stirred up his dormant ambitions to be king.
Anyone who is not a god, is not perfect. Everyone has a weakness or a flaw. Some flaws are more deadly than others. Some are addicted to heroin while others are unable to remember where they put their keys.
Macbeth’s tragic flaw is his ambition and it consequentially leads to his downfall and ultimate demise. Macbeth is a tragic hero who is introduced in the the play as being well-liked and respected by the general and the people. He brings his death upon himself from this tragic flaw. His strengths turn into his weaknesses and his ambition drives him to the edge and sets himself up for his tragic death.