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"Character and Daemon, Fate and Free Will in Macbeth," in Shakespeare's Macbeth: Critical Contexts Series, ed. Boris Drenkov, Roman Books, 2013more by Unhae fasLangis
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1Character and Dasdfgdsfgemon, Fate and Free Will in
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, grounded on Christiandoctrine. Such cultural criticism has in part contributed to a lingeringprovidential reading of Macbeth
‘as a drama about the purgation of the evilembodied in the figure of a murderer and the consequent restoration of apolitical and providential order’. 1
The understanding of supernatural powersin
Macbeth
, however, has not, to my knowldsfgsdfgdsfedge, been subjdsfgdsfgdsfect to aNeoplatonic reading. The numerous refersdfgsdfgences to ‘genius’, ‘daemsdfgsdfon’,‘spirits’, and ‘ministers’ in Macbethsdfgdsfsdfgsdf

and their ambivalent interprasdfetation allowus precisely to addreadsfss the knotted issue of fate vs. free will, embedded inMacbeth’s ethical action anasdfd tragic downfall.In Shakespeare’s early Comedy of Errasdfors

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Solinus, Duke of Ephadsfesus,viewing the Antipholus twins, exclaims: ‘One of these men is geniusasdfasdf
to theother;/ And so of these. Which is the natural man,/ And which the spirit? whodeciphers them?’ (5.1.333-35, my italics). The conception of geniussdfgsdfg
here andelsewhere in tdsfgdsfghe Shakespeare canon alludes to...
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