Macbeth Essay | Macbeth: Evil Is Darkness

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Macbeth.
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Macbeth: Evil Is Darkness

Summary: Essay is about the evil in "Macbeth" and the witches throughut the play of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
Evil is symbolized by darkness in the play, Macbeth written by William Shakespeare. Authors use this symbol to show an evil character or setting. The type of weather shows if it's a good or evil scene. Thunder and lightning show strange commotion or disorder, and sunny weather shows or gives more of a happy sense. This symbol was shown in throughout the play to describe disorder. Macbeth, and the witches, is stated as dark and evil because they represent the chaos and disorder found in the play.

At the time set in this play witches were considered real and evil. The first meeting with the witches there was thunder and lightning. They continue to show evil because of the weather. In Act 1, the witches show their mysterious side by saying, "Macbeth doth come" before he actually reached them. Another similarity, which leads you to think Macbeth...

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