Murder and Macbeth

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Pavandeep Johal
Mr. Squires
Macbeth
"Macbeth" is one of William Shakespere's most famous plays. Macbeth is a fearless character and his goal is to become king. He starts to preform terrible deeds to reach his goal. His wife, Lady Macbeth, also has a great desire to become queen. Lady Macbeth is a very powerful character in this play and she lacks all humanity. She constantly tells Macbeth that he lacks courage, and taunts him. Lady Macbeth worries that Macbeth does not have what it takes to sieze the crown. But, she knows she has no problem with this, and she forces Macbeth to see things the way she does. It can be said that Lady Macbeth can make Macbeth do anything in this relationship because of her convincing ways.

Macbeth is ambitious to become king and his wife would love to be queen, this results in a great sin that is preformed by Macbeth. He believes that Duncan, the current king, is in his way, so he murders him. Duncan's 2 son's leave Cawdor because they are affraid that after the death of their father, they may be killed because of the crown aswell. Macbeth is now crowned king, but this does not stop him from doing bad. He now murders the gaurds, and Lady Macbeth is surprised. Lady Macbethis starting to worry her husband is becoming more violent. This is when Macbeth and Lady Macbeth start to grow apart.

Macbeth continues his killings and this starts to create distance between him and his wife. He had Banquo murdered because he believed that he was the only threat to him due to his knowledge and wisdom. The witches had told Macbeth that Banquo's children will be next to have the throne, and Macbeth thought that did not look good for his kid. This was also another reason as to why he had Banquo killed. Macbeth is becoming mroe heartless and it is clear that he is not in the right state of mind. He is starting to shut out Lady Macbeth and he is stuck in his own thoughts.

Lady Macbeth and Macbeth's loving, passionate relationship has nothing...
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