That’s the mistake he made when he decided to do what his wife said and kill the King. That’s why he is now guilty for first degree murder which is a death that was made being pla... ... middle of paper ... ... lost conscience. Soon deteriorated to nothing, and his killings are numerous. We know that at the beginning he saw three witches but we do not know if that could be Macbeth hallucinating, that he has been seeing things since then because he was that ambitious of a man. We may not know if it was real therefore I will name Macbeth charged for First degree murder because Macbeth's change from human to killer is his own doing.
", Banquo is saying that he wants the prophesies to come true for him also and make him the king and the beginning of a long line of kings. The main idea of his soliloquy is that Banquo knows that Macbeth killed Duncan. Strangely enough, this soliloquy is placed two scenes before he died, not giving him enough time to tell anyone else about his discovery. Banquo has realized that Macbeth murdered Duncan but will die in two scenes anyway. In Banquo's soliloquy in the beginning of the third act of Macbeth, Banquo suspects that Macbeth is behind Duncan's murder.
Macbeth is a true Shakespearian tragedy, in which mast murders take place, in order for one man and women to take the throne and become king and queen. It starts with Duncan’s murder, which is done because Macbeth did not want to see Duncan’s son next in line for the throne and the only way to prevent that was by eliminating Duncan. The nest murder was that of Banquo. Banquo is a friend of Macbeth and his murder is un-predictable. Macbeth may have feared that if he did not kill Banquo, Banquo would kill him in order to gain a position power seeing that the witch’s just informed both Macbeth and Banquo that Macbeth will be the next King of Scotland and Banquo will never have the chance to hold the throne.
In the beginning, Macbeth was seen as a hero but then external and internal forces helped influence him to make the wrong decisions. Macbeth was seen as a reliable hero until he was persuaded to go against everything he stood for. Macbeth was swayed to commit murder against his own cousin by the witches’ prophesy, his own ambition, and Lady Macbeth. Macbeth yielded to his influences and let them change him completely. Even though Macbeth was seen as a loyal cousin to the king at first, there were many influences that led him to commit his first murder.
The third person that Macbeth killed was Banquo. After the murder of King Duncan, Macbeth is worried that Banquo will be suspicious of Macbeth murdering Duncan. Since Banquo was there when Macbeth received the prophecy that he would be king. Macbeth is alleged of hiring assassins to kill Banquo. The assassins stated that they are tired of suffering and they would do anything to bring an end to it.
To men manhood is really a big deal we always want to be know as the greater not the lesser. When we are treated like lesser that gets us mad and that 's our weakness. Macbeth wife knew the right bottom to push to get Macbeth pumped up and ready to go kill the King. If he would 've chickened out then that right there would 've been another problem. To conclude this easy i believe Macbeth is a tragic hero so far in the story, but I also think he can
Man is believed to have some evil and some good within him, but some have more good in them than others and vice versa. Throughout the play, Macbeth, Macbeth is best seen as both a hero and a villain; he initially is portrayed as a noble man, fighting for King Duncan, however evolves into this power-hungry, villainous character that constantly resorts to murdering those he views as a threat to his power. In the dawn of his position as nobleman and one of great character, Macbeth is soon heavily influenced by many and falls due to peer pressure and outside influences. Macbeth earns fortunate admiration in winning the battle against Macdonwald as well as invading the Norwegian king. The witches constructed a plan, in which they deceive Macbeth into believing that he would become King, “If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me.” (Shakespeare, I.iii.144-145) Though Macbeth did not let this happen by “chance”, it was completely by his force and persuasion.
The s... ... middle of paper ... ... face alone. “False face must hide what the false heart doth know…” he then leaves to murder Duncan. In conclusion I believe that not just one person was to blame for the changes in Macbeth but are several people. First I blame the three witches this is because they but the idea that Macbeth could be king into his head and he then carried them on. But also Lady Macbeth who drove him to commit deeds that he would not normally do.
Macbeth is a brave, loyal and strong Scottish general in the Middle Ages, more specifically the eleventh century, who despite his power on the battlefield was swayed easily to the tragic life of a murderer by the three predictions of three witches. Macbeth originally disbelieved the predictions, but after two predictions became true he was convinced the third prediction was meant to be. The third prediction being that Macbeth would become the sovereign of Scotland. After a some convincing from Lady Macbeth, Macbeth’s ambition for power lead him to kill King Duncan when he came to stay the night at Inverness, Macbeth’s castle. After killing King Duncan.
It might be a cowardly act to murder a King in order to gain his throne, but the courage he mustered in order to actually kill King Duncan was bravery. Added to the fact that King Duncan is Macbeth?s own relative plays an important role on how much it took for Macbeth to kill. But unfortunately, Macbeth used his bravery for evil intents rather than for good. Guilt played a tragic role in Macbeth?s downfall. After killing Duncan, he was haunted by his actions and couldn?t move on without worrying that his murder was going to be exploited.