Macbeth Essay | Witches Versus Macbeth

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Witches Versus Macbeth

Summary: The witches in Shakespeare's Macbeth adversely affect several characters, including King Duncan, Lady Macbeth, and Macbeth. The witches succeed in bringing down all three by bringing out the character flaws and insecurities of each individual.
Characters in plays are always changing; personalities traits and relationships are always evolving. In the play Macbeth, write by William Shakespeare and edited by Margaret Kortes shows how. The play deals with Macbeth and his supporters, along with his enemy's all within the kingdom and relating to his ultimate quest to become king. In the play there are several witches that continually show up and cause trouble. The witches affect several characters including King Duncan. Another character that they affect is Lady Macbeth. Finally Macbeth is also affected in different ways.

First of all, the witches affect Duncan for shortly into the play he gets killed. The witches' prophesize in the beginning that Macbeth will be king, by telling him this information Macbeth debates and imagines murdering his own king in thinking to himself, "if good, why do I yield to that suggestion whose horrid image doth...

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