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Essay | Macbeth's Uncertainty

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Macbeth's Uncertainty

Summary: Macbeth proved very uncertain in his thoughts and did not have any legitimate reasons for killing King Duncan and obtaining the throne except for his own ambition and greed to become king. It is a classic tale of power, ambition, and murder.
Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, is a classic tale of power, ambition, and murder. The main character, Macbeth, a general of the Scottish army under rule of King Duncan, had encountered three witches which described to him three prophecies, one of which was Macbeth becoming King of Scotland. Since Macbeth was not the direct successor to King Duncan, he knew that he had to take matters into his own hands for the final prophecy to come true. His character proves uncertain about the prophecy of Macbeth becoming king with details given in his first soliloquy (1.7.1-28). Macbeth proved very uncertain in his thoughts and did not have any legitimate reasons for killing King Duncan and obtaining the throne except for his own ambition and greed to become king.

In Macbethfs first soliloquy, he is debating to himself on whether or not to kill King Duncan. At the...

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