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About Macbeth

Summary: Over the course of William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth," Macbeth changes dramatically. At first Macbeth remained loyal to King Duncan and was considered a great man. After hearing the predictions from the three witches about his future, however, he aspired to become king himself, the third of the three predictions. As a result, Macbeth eventually grew into a paranoid, murderous villain overcome by ambition.
In the novel Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, Macbeth changes dramatically throughout the course of the story. In the beginning he is a very loyal and all around great man. But by the end of the book he is very different. He becomes a paranoid and irrational man. Macbeth always followed his conscience and never let his ambition overcome him. That was until he heard predictions about his future. He saw these witched and they told him that he would become Thane of Cawdor. Another prediction was that he would become king. The third prediction was that his best friend Banquo's heirs would be kings. This made him want the predictions to come true and it made him think he would be happier and have a happier life if they did come true.

Macbeth changes both physically and mentally throughout the novel. In the beginning of the book...

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