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Essay | Macbeth: Ambitious Character

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Macbeth.
This section contains 384 words
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Macbeth: Ambitious Character

Summary: This essay explains the ambiguity of Macbeth in the play "Macbeth."
Usually, it is difficult for the reader to define if a character is good or bad; therefore, we say that character is ambiguous. In "Macbeth," William Shakespeare gives a perfect example of this where the reader sees Macbeth, the thane of Glamis, as the ambiguous character. Macbeth's ambiguity is determined by the influence of the three witches' predictions and his lack of good judgment, allowing to be influenced by people.

In the play "Macbeth," Macbeth is compelled by the witches' predictions to kill. Shakespeare gives the reader no comprehension of the witches' purpose, but we merely see that evil results from their predictions. One prediction states that Macbeth would be thane of Cawdor and another prediction states that he will be king. However, Duncan is thane of Cawdor. How can this prediction be possible? In Macbeth's mind, it is impossible for this prophecies to come true. Therefore...

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This section contains 384 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on Macbeth: Ambitious Character
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