Comparing Fate In Macbeth And Pixar's Brave

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When Macbeth decides to speed up his fate, he makes the biggest mistake of his life. It all begins when Macbeth kills the king. If he hadn’t he might not have died at the end of the Shakespeare's Macbeth. In Pixar's Brave, the main character, Merida, does the same thing. She doesn’t like the way her life in panning out so she plans to change it using magic. These stories can be compared because of the lesson of fate. In Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth and Pixar’s Brave, they portray the concept that when you try to change or speed up your fate, it will only end disaster.
From the beginning of these stories, we can see that it will just end in disaster. In the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth learns his future from three witches. He doesn't quite believe them until the first prophecy comes true right after he
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In Macbeth, Lady Macbeth wants Macbeth to kill the king so he can become king right away. In the text, Lady Macbeth says, “Your hand, your tongue; look like the innocent flower,/But he the serpent under’t.(Act 1: Scene 5)” This shows that unlike Macbeth, Lady Macbeth is affected by the witches prophecy right away and then she convinces Macbeth to become king. When Macbeth kills Duncan, we see people starting to think of Macbeth as the evil murder of a brave and noble man. When people started to figure out that Macbeth killed the king, Macbeth, had them kills them as well so Macbeth’s secret won’t get out. But the more people he kills, the more trouble he’s getting himself into. In “Brave”, when Merida turns her mother into a bear, she realizes right away that she made a huge mistake. As the story continues, Merida tries to hide her mother but hiding a bear doesn’t work too well. When the Kingdom starts to go after Queen Elinor, that’s when we really see the downfall of the main character, Merida. When the characters have their downfalls, they knew exactly what they had done and learned from