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Essay | The Witches of "Macbeth"

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The Witches of "Macbeth"

Summary: Essay is an analysis on "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare and how the supernatural manipulated and induced Macbeth to his destruction.
In Macbeth by William Shakespeare Macbeth becomes king, but with a price. He becomes jealous when Banquo's descendents were said to be king. He believes he is invincible when he hears the Second Apparition. He also believes he will never fall from the throne when he hears the Third Apparition. I will show you how the supernatural manipulates and induces Macbeth to his destruction.

The witches, who are the supernatural forces, make Macbeth jealous of Banquo. The third witch tells Banquo, "Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none". This means that Banquo's descendents will be king, but he will not be one. This quote made Banquo an enemy in Macbeth's eyes. This is only the first step in Macbeth's downfall.

The second encounter with the witches makes Macbeth feel he is invincible. The Second Apparition tells Macbeth, "Be bloody, bold, and resolute! Laugh to scorn...

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This section contains 326 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on The Witches of "Macbeth"
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