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The Influences of the Supernatural in Macbeth

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Describes how the supernatural plays an important role in Macbeth. Explores to what extent it motivates Macbeth's actions.
In William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, the supernatural has an important role. The witches, a figure of the supernatural, appear to confront Macbeth, and present prophecies regarding the future. Shortly afterward, one of the prophecies comes true as he receives the title "Thane of Cawdor." The King decides to stay the night at Macbeth's castle, and Macbeth's third prophecy, kingship, is presented into his reach, if he chooses to take the murderous action to obtain it. Although the supernatural doesn't actually force people to do such sinful actions, it uses the feeling of temptation instead to compel humans into doing wicked things, which starts the catalyst to his blind ambition, and drives him into a spiral of crimes, which become more gruesome than the next. Macbeth is not only tempted to do evil actions, but is driven to do these actions in their most...

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