Macbeth Essay | The Downfall of Macbeth

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The Downfall of Macbeth

Summary: An essay of how Macbeth turned more and more evil as the book progressed.
The tragedy of Macbeth, a Shakespearian play, truly demonstrates how one can easily fall victim to temptations and how one can get carried away with great power. Macbeth is about a man, with an already a substantial amount of power, that desires for more. This desire drives him into a killing spree which destroys the lives of others and himself, both mentally and physically. Visits from three witches in the beginning of the play persuade him to take action against his lord to claim the throne, but the consequences cost him his life. Macbeth was not always an evil character, in fact, in the beginning; he was a well respected man, but after being manipulated by his wife and falling victim to one of his character flaws: the desire for more power, he became the most evil character in the play which lead to his death...

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