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Macbeth's Divided Character

Summary: Essay provides a description of Macbeth's divided character in Act I Scene VII of Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
In act I, scene VII of the Shakespearean tragedy MacBeth, the protagonist, aptly named MacBeth, makes his first soliloquy of great importance. I will be discussing the two sides of MacBeth's soul at this point, and the significance of this struggle between good and evil.

MacBeth makes this soliloquy when the king is at his castle and he is considering whether or not to act on his ambitions of becoming king, brought about by the prediction of the weird sisters, of which one part has already come true. To become king he knows that he will have to kill Duncan and here doubts himself of whether or not he should commit this heinous act.

MacBeth starts off with the line "If it were done when `tis done, then `twere well it were done quickly" meaning that if the matter was over and done with after he had...

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