Macbeth Essay | The Tragic Characteristics of Macbeth

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The Tragic Characteristics of Macbeth

Summary: An essay about Macbeth and how his characteristics killed him.
To try to alter fate is like messing with time. Time is always going to keep going, no matter what anyone does to try to change that. Peoples' fates are going to be the same regardless of what events happen. While it may seem that Shakespeare proves that changing or accelerating your fate is negative only because the outcome is tragic, actually it is more persuasive when he proves that the decisions to do so are based on ambition and lack of patience. He does this by showing what happens to everyone in the end, illustrating how Macbeth learns about his fate, and what qualities he acquires when he tries to rework his fate.

It almost seems obvious that trying to change your fate is dangerous. The outcomes of the decisions made are unfortunate, hurting many people. Shakespeare demonstrates the results with murders and emotions...

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