Macbeth Essay | The People Who Influenced Macbeth

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The People Who Influenced Macbeth

Summary: In William Shakespeare's powerful play "Macbeth," Macbeth's ambition to become king came from those who influenced him. Those people included Lady Macbeth; the people who suspected and betrayed him, such as Banquo and Macduff; and the three witches. Such influence led Macbeth to act upon his ambition through murder, and it resulted eventually in his own death.
Macbeth is a famous play written by William Shakespeare. Macbeth is the antagonist in the play, who wanted to be king and did everything to achieve his goal, but got killed at the end. His ambition to become king came from the influence received from other people. The people who influenced him are Lady Macbeth, the people suspected him, and the witches. The witches informed him he would be the king. Lady Macbeth wanted to be the queen and threatened him. Macbeth got mad and became more evil because of the people who betrayed him. If he didn't meet the witches, listen to Lady Macbeth, and people didn't betray or suspect him, he would not kill the king and get killed.

Lady Macbeth influenced Macbeth the most. After she knew about the witches, she encouraged him to get the crown himself. When Macbeth told her...

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