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Macbeth Act IV Fate vs. Free Will
The First Apparition, an Armed Head, appears and tells Macbeth his fate to beware Macduff (4.1.81-82).
Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff!/ Beware the Thane of Fife! Dismiss me. Enough.
The Second Apparition, a Bloody Child, appears and tells Macbeth his fate that no person woman born shall hurt him (4.1.91-92).
The power of man, for none of woman born/ Shall harm Macbeth.
The Third Apparition, a Child Crowned, with a tree in his hand, appears and tells Macbeth his fate that Macbeth will be invincible as long as Birnam Wood does not reach Dunsinane Hill (4.1.105-107).
Macbeth shall never vanquished be until/ Great Birnam Wood to high Dunsinane Hill/ Shall come against him.
Macbeth is curious to know whether Banquo's descendants will be heirs to the throne. The witches conjure up a prophecy that shows a line of kings, Banquo being the last. This predicts Macbeth's fate (4.1.127).
Macbeth orders for Macduff's entire family and everything close to him to be murdered because Macduff has fled to England. Macbeth does this out of his own free will (4.1.171-175).
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