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Macbeth's Life of Blood, Nature, and Supernatural

Summary: Imagery in the tragedy Macbeth by William Shakespeare
The tragedy of Macbeth was written in the sixteen hundreds by William Shakespeare. He was a man well known for his talents as a playwright, wrote Macbeth the Scottish tragedy. In this particular play, a man named Macbeth finds out that fate cannot be escaped no mater what you do. He had talked with 3 witches that told him his fate and also the fate of his best friend Banquo. Macbeth and his wife decide to kill Banquo in order to become king. Macbeth kills him and therefore becomes king, but this leaves him slightly paranoid and very cocky. So through out most of the rest of the book, Macbeth is constantly killing people that he suspects of knowing too much. To top it off, his wife, who was at the beginning of the story very strong, begins to crack with guilt and at...

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