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    But the three witches prophecies are the true reasoning for all of these evil thoughts and actions in the first place. The story begins with the three Witches providing Macbeth with three different prophecies about his future, and when his wife finds out she attempts to control Macbeth to force these prophecies to come true. Macbeth was given prophecies multiple times, and every time he hears a new one, that he when he begins to make

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    These Three Witches In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth, a noble thane, is corrupted because of his unchecked ambitions. Macbeth’s ambitious personality is awakened when three witches appear to hail him as the Thane of Glamis, Thane of Cawdor, and King. This prophecy convinces Macbeth to murder King Duncan, so he can become King; consequently, he is forced to kill others to cover up his first murder. After so much blood is spilled, Macbeth becomes a barbaric tyrant. Macbeth’s 180-degree transformation

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    The tragedy of Macbeth is compounded by the magic of the three witches who goad him on in his ambition. The supernatural element of the play is very important, as established by the fact that the three witches are first to enter on stage accompanied by “thunder and lightning”, immediately catching the eye of the audience (I.i.1). Though they do not stay on stage for long, they foreshadow the tragedy of the play with their ominous speech of “fair is foul and foul is fair,” setting the grim and suspenseful

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    plays a vital role, the role of the witches is one that must be present because without them, there practically would not be a story at all. Even though Macbeth is the protagonist of this play, he is not the only character who causes the plot to advance despite his going through trials and troubles. Macbeth has complete authority over his decisions and controls what happens in his life, but a certain set of three sisters impact almost all of his decisions. The three weird sisters are the first characters

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    but the most pivotal subject proves to be how much the witches really influenced Macbeth's actions. There are many ways to go about answering this idea, but nevertheless, I believe that the three witches shaped macbeth's every decision at the end of the the play in some way, after the influence Lady Macbeth had on him. Shakespeare demonstrates this through the actions of Macbeth, Malcolm, and Macduff. From early on in the play, the witches confront Macbeth after he and Banquo go finish a battle

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    'Fair is foul and foul fair' (1.1.?) This quote spoken by the three witches in the beginning of the story set the theme of the play. There are no rules, no moral guidelines. Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, is a play in which the good turn evil. This archetypal transformation from the young, idealistic, promising character to a dark, evil one is apparent in hundreds of plays, novels, and stories throughout history. In this story, the events which begin Macbeth's downfall aren't actions,

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    This paper is an a character sketch of the three sister witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Shakespeare’s Macbeth takes place in Scotland, sometime during the medieval period. The play revolves around the titular character, Macbeth. In the story, Macbeth starts off as than of Glamis only to become a thane of Cawdor, and later King of Scotland, after receiving a prophecy of his success from the three witches. Ultimately, his desire for the prophecy’s fulfillment, as well as his desire to maintain that

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    Macbeth: The Three Witches William Shakespeare has been by far the world's most popular playwright for more than 350 years.  His ingenious ability as a playwright has captivated audiences and will captivate audiences for years to come. William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in 1564.  The specific date of his birth is not known but is celebrated on the feast of St. George, April 23. Little is known about his boyhood, but through examination it is thought that he collected

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    The three witches in the tragedy Macbeth are introduced right at the beginning of the play. The scene opens with the witches chanting three prophesies: Macbeth will be Thane of Cawdor, Thane of Glamis and King. These prophesies introduce Macbeth to his plan of defeat and to over power. Macbeth will eventually follow through in killing king Duncan. Some people believe that the witches had the ability to reverse the order of things. This brings into the play idea of fate and the role with which it

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    supernatural women in their text? In William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, the three witches have been presented as powerful and ugly. Whereas the three sisters in Bram Stoker's epistolary, Dracula, are viewed as being powerful (which is similar to Macbeth) and beautiful (which is different to Macbeth). In Stoker's text, Dracula, the three sisters (Dracula's brides) are viewed as being young and attractive, which the quotation,' three young women... eyes like pale sapphires... and brilliant white teeth that

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