Ambition is a very forceful way for one to pursue an achievement or desire. The play of “Macbeth” by William Shakespeare truly conveys the internal and external conflict through his life. Such internal conflict arises by Macbeth killing King Duncan just to be able to hold the throne for himself. Macbeth has such ambitious ways towards being the power of loyalty, which his conscience pulls him the wrong way. The urgency behind Macbeths senses seeps through his true character later on in the play when he evolves into a cold hearted killer. One must notice that fact the nothing perfect will stay forever, and the powerful ways of Macbeth will not last forever. Macbeth never does consider that there would be no heir to the throne, and that all this ruthless killing he has done just to be deemed as the king is all for nothing but personal accomplishment. One might notice that Macbeth has evolved from a loving husband to a man of dishonor and distrust. The play of “Macbeth” conveys a sense that he has such potential and possibilities of becoming king if he had some patience. One may notice that Macbeth goes through specific events where he evolves his character complexity and depth. William Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth” provides vivid evidence of a true loving man that allows his conscience to push him towards the bad decisions, thus circulating Macbeth into a cold blooded ruthless killer. Ambition has to power to turn a loving society into a hateful, tyrannical, killer.
Furthermore, Macbeth undergoes many conflicts throughout the play. Internal conflict is a major portion throughput the play. Macbeth is pressured under Lady Macbeth to pursue the plan to kill King Duncan and become king, just so she can be part of a royal family. The dishonor, ruthlessness and hate that Macbeth and Lady Macbeth have for King Duncan is evident, when Macbeth takes it to such extremes as to slaughter King Duncan in the middle of the night without his defense. The positive affect that comes from Macbeth slaughtering King Duncan is Macbeth becomes the new king upgrading from his current seed as the Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth is unaware that nothing “Gold can stay” as quoted in the poem. One may think that after witnessing the horrific slaughtering of the King that mind games and torturing would become an issue. The mind torturing and horrible feelings and regret from killing the king brings Macbeth to start talking to the witches more often. After the slaughtering of King Duncan Macbeth going to talk to the witches is a regular occurrence, thus bringing up the external effect of killing King Duncan. The withes extract the truth directly out of Macbeth. After the killing of Duncan Macbeth continue to have deep insight about what he has done. Although, Macbeth has doubtful thoughts about what the witches have said his conscience continues to override his thoughts in the quote “Supernatural soliciting/ cannot be ill; cannot be good” (I.iii.140). This quote provide a descriptive evidence that talking to the witches can never be good, and they are telling him the wrong insights. The ambitious ways of Macbeth have turned for the worst after he realized what he has done, thus starting an era of destruction and torture. Furthermore, within the rein of the new King Macbeth his tyrannical ways erupt into a harsh reality of killing. The internal effects being pressured against Macbeth are incredible. One may notice that paranoia and craziness Macbeth is undergoing after he has killed King Duncan. Every night Macbeth is tortured with mind paranoia where the situation of killing King Duncan runs through his head. The tyrannical ways of Macbeth are starting to overpower his mind and thoughts as he is terrified that other people will find out. Macbeth takes the extreme by removing all threats of power. The external conflict within Macbeth’s paranoia kicks in as he enters the stage one would state as “craziness”. Macbeth sends in spies to kill his own cousin Banquo, the first one to find out about the murder of King Duncan. Macbeth’s rein of tyranny has begun. “Fly, good Fleance, fly, fly, fly” (III.ii.40) stated by Banquo, these are a few of his last words before the slaughtering. The brutal slaughtering caused Fleance the runaway back to see Malcom and tell him about the news of the brutal slaughtering of King Duncan and Banquo. The ruthless tyrannical ways of Macbeth have now entered the stage where he evolves into cold blooded killer. Macbeth has such ambitious ways to stay king he is willing to take killing to the extreme of killing innocent people that have found out about the original murder. Tyrannical ambition and paranoia is forcing Macbeth into personal mind torture. In addition to Macbeth becoming a paranoid cold blooded killer, mind torture and ruthlessness has become a deciding factor for the killings. The ruthlessness of Macbeth has pushed to a new extreme when he begins to kill innocent people. Macbeth kills Macduff’s family just to state his point that now that he has started killing there is really no point to stop. This connects with the poem in the sense know he has killed all these people there is really nothing good to look forward to in life. Macbeth reaches the point in his life that mind torture is getting to extreme. The banquet scene when Macbeth goes nuts over seeing the ghost of Banquo, and openly admits to the murder openly King Duncan. Firstly, Macbeth expects to pay for what crimes he has done. Secondly, Macbeth has realized what he has evolved into, and has noticed the wrong behind the murders. Thirdly, Macbeth has been despised and back stabbed causing him to go insane. Macbeth knows that Macduff is seeking revenge after Macbeth killed his whole family just to prove a point that he is heartless. One may notice that during this scene in the play Shakespeare gives Macbeth the chance to kill Macduff. When Macbeth has the chance to kill Macduff he almost has a flashback in some sense to when the witches were talking to him. Macbeths conscience finally over powers his mind when he states “I have lived long enough, my way of life has fallen into sear” (V.iii.25) to at which Macduff seeks the ultimate revenge in killing Macbeth. Macbeths Tyrannical ways were one to remember. He over powered and took control of many lives. He was a very deceiving man, one that was able to talk his way into people believing him. The ambition is rush for Macbeth to become king was very forceful. Slaughtered the King due to lack of patience, and was cold hearted in the way he killed King Duncan during the night. The tyrannical ways of Macbeth were a very overpowering and forceful man.
Macbeth was a true mastermind when it came to deceiving people into cruelty. Macbeth was known for his ambitious ways for short periods at a time. First, the killing of King Duncan just to force his way into the king position, and just to kill innocent people for no reason is a true tyrant. Macbeth had no moral respect when it came to people within nobility. He disrespected King Duncan by killing him in the night without his defense, and this was his first case of disrespect. Along with that, Macbeth had really no principle when it came to his actions. Macbeth pulse killed Duncan cause of the pressure of Lady Macbeth, and after the killing then did he realize that he made a mistake and has to live with it now. After the first murder Macbeth learnt the concept of patience in the way he should have just waiting to be seated has king. After the killing of Banquo and the slaughtering of the Macduff family, Macbeth came to a firm realization that he was under a depressive state, loneliness, no love after the loss of his wife, and that he would just be replaced after he dies anyways. This depression caused Macbeth to hit that brick wall of realization when he was fighting Macduff, thus allowing Macduff to kill him and end his murderous rein of king. The potential for Macbeth to be a good king was there, but he suffered from no patience and a forceful marriage from Lady Macbeth. The play wrote by William Shakespeare “Macbeth” was one of an innocent man evolving into a cold hearted murderous tyrant, in whom his conscience and ambition came up short allowing Macduff to take his life.