Watch out for Macduff. You gonna be beat by a man who ain't born from a woman. Oh yeah and trees are bouta move.
Taking over the crown of Scotland, Macbeth gains power. He becomes greedy and ambitious to maintain the power he has gained. Macbeth does whatever he can to keep his power. He plots to kill Banquo to keep his throne.
Please don't kill us. )':
Macbeth has done everything to keep his position as king. when he orders three murderers to kill Banquo and his son Fleance, they fail to do so. FLeance manages to flees and is a witness to his father's murder. This is peripeteia because Macbeth had no control over Fleance escaping
Do you think he sees us?
Nah, I don't think so.
Macbeth begins to be uneasy about his life as king. He decides to go to the witches to see if they will give him any warnings of his future. At their cave, the witches gave him a potion that gave him three warnings that will lead to his downfall.
Oh no, the trees are moving! Omg the witches were right!
Macbeth becomes prideful and arrogant because it seems as though the three apparitions' warning are unlikely to happen. his newly gained pride and arrogant leads him to murder Macduff's family despite the apparitions only warning him of Macduff. Macbeth believes that nothing can happen to him at this point in the tragedy. He decides to act recklessly without worrying about the consequences.
The Engliah army, consisting of Macduff, Ross, and Malcolm, led by Seyward cuts down the trees of Birnam to camouflage with their surroundings. Marching to Macbeth's castle in Birnam, macduff is worried about the war ahead.
Before the trees started to move, Macbeth was prideful that nothing would be able to take his crown. As the trees of birnam woods began to move to Dunsinane, Macbeth realizes that the impossible prophecies are coming true. He gains pride and confidence when he is reminded of the second prophecy, that all men born from a woman can not harm him (hubris). However, when Macduff revealed that he was ripped untimely from the womb of his mother, Macbeth's final anagnorisis is to be killed. He realizes that the three apparitions' warnings have all come true.