Macbeth Essay | The Macbeth Murders

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The Macbeth Murders

Summary: Essay shows how Macbeth's murders become more evil as the play develops.
In the Shakespearean tragedy, Macbeth, numerous murders take place. Throughout the play, the reader finds that each murder gets more and more evil, and more planned than the previous, thus leading to the downfall of Macbeth.

The first murder to take place in Macbeth is the Thane of Cawdor's. Duncan does not previously plan to kill the Thane, but with the information of the war given to him, he says, "No more that Thane of Cawdor shall deceive/ our bosom interest: go, pronounce his present death, / and with his former title greet Macbeth" (I, ii). Ross goes forth to carry the word that the Thane needs to be put to death. The Witches, to Macbeth, foretold this demise, but Macbeth thinks that it will not be possible, for the Thane is still alive. But, when Macbeth learns about the Thane's death, a window, showing that with murder come rewards, opens...

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