Macbeth Essay | Macbeth's Murderous Intentions

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Macbeth's Murderous Intentions

Summary: Explores the themes of both blood and water in Shakespeare's tragic play, Macbeth. With accurately cited quotes, it explores how the themes of blood and water portray the elements of murder, death and treason seen throughout Macbeth.
In the tragic masterpiece of Macbeth, William Shakespeare uses the themes of blood and water to portray the elements of murder, death, and treason throughout the play. "What bloody man is that"" yells King Duncan as his men bring in the Sergeant from the battlefield (Mac. I.ii.1).The sergeant brings news of the current events concerning the battle - including the tragic death of Macdownland at the hand of Macbeth. The Sergeant claims that Macbeth "unseamed him from the nave to the chops, and fixed his head upon our battlements" (Mac. I.ii.22-23). This first reference shows the only scene in which blood sheds for justice as the corrupt name dies at the hands of the heroic Macbeth, whose ambition soon turns to murderous and vengeful intentions.

After the witches inform him of his destiny to become King, the obsessed Macbeth plans to slaughter King...

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