MacBeth

MacBeth
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  • A man who is driven by ambition can not escape guilt
  • After Macbeth murders duncan, Lady MacBeth starts sleepwalking and sleep talking about the murder.(V.1. 1-64) Her guilty conscience led her to suicide.(V. 5. 16-29) A guilty conscience is also seen by MacBeth during his battle with MacDuff.( V.8. 1-30) This is because he cannot  bring himself to kill MacDuff after he has killed his family (IV. 2. 70-82)
  • When MacBeth decides he will kill Duncan to become king he also accepts the punishments he will receive in his after life. (I.7. 2-7) MacBeth understands that for every bloody act that a punishment is returned in this life. (I.7. 8-10) Everyone is now after MacBeth and is ready to kill him (V.7 5-12). After killing MacDuff’s family to gain more power, MacDuff beheads MacBeth.(V.8. 10-59)
  • When one seeks power they also seek punishment
  • Although Macbeth is told by the witches that he will become king, he is not told how to achieve this destiny of his; the rest is up to him(I.3. 66-80) He follows his choice of killing Duncan's and the guards, and when Duncan's sons saw this they knew they would be next so they fled(II.3. 131-142) This means that they are still in the picture because they are not dead so one of them will become king eventually.(V.8. 60-75) MacBeth's choice of hiring murderers to kill MacDuff’s Family resulted in him being beheaded by MacDuff (V.8.47-59)
  • Personal choices can create consequences rather than destinies
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