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Essay | Themes in Macbeth: Order Vs. Disorder and Natural Vs. Supernatural

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Themes in Macbeth: Order Vs. Disorder and Natural Vs. Supernatural

Summary: The themes of order vs disorder and natural vs supernatural discussed in relation to Shakespeare's play "Macbeth."
Amongst these the many themes in the Shakespearean tragedy MacBeth, order versus disorder and the elements of the supernatural and unnatural will be discussed.

The element of the supernatural in this play is mainly represented by the three witches, the weïrd sisters. They are the first characters portrayed in MacBeth and appear many times throughout the play. The witches are introduced in Act I, Scene I accompanied by the pathetic fallacy of thunder and lightning, which parallels what is about to happen in the human world accompanying trouble and is the precursor of a storm. In this case, the storm that the state of Scotland will go through will be due to MacBeth's actions. The first witch later says in 1.3 "though his bark cannot be lost, yet it shall be tempest-tossed" which implies that the ship of state will...

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