Macbeth’s a little out of control In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth is a very violent Character he is also the most peer pressured character by his wife Lady Macbeth. She is not a wife of hospitality but Hostile because she is the main person behind Macbeth’s Murders. Macbeth is not a victim at all he is the person that killed them maybe he had a little help with it by his wife but he never backed down. No one made him kill those poor people; also he killed to be on top, to be king. His goal was to get to the top and he did everything to get there. Macbeth is not a character you should feel sorry for but a man of disgrace because he killed people for his own good. It’s because of Macbeth he was involved in witchcraft and he wanted what the witch said he would be, a king. They only thing about being king is that he had to move and kill people to get what he wanted. Without hesitation Macbeth then processed to plan to kill Duncan the he then sees a floating dagger that is pointed at Duncan. He thinks it’s his mind playing tricks on him “dagger of the mind, a false creation / Proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain” (2.1.38–39). Continuing to gaze upon the dagger, he thinks he sees blood on the blade, and then decides that he just visualized it and it was just a manifestation of his unease mind because of the thought of killing Duncan. A bell tolls—Lady Macbeth’s signal that the Guards are asleep and so is Duncan—and Macbeth strides toward Duncan’s chamber to proceed in his evil plan to end Duncan’s royalty. Also Macbeth is a drive to acquire power he never backs down on killing, but at one point he does, but his wife picks on him and calls him names and he starts back up with getting what the witches said was his future. When he meets the witches they name him his original name Thane of Glamis, then They name him Thane of Cawdor and he is very stunned about that name the proposed him to be because that is King Duncan’s name and he started asking questions about himself to the witches but they move on to
The play is a tragic story, because Macbeth was a noble but the witches’ prophesy and his ambition prevailed over to commit a horrific “bloody business” murdering of his king. Macbeth was brave and people showed him great honour and he was awarded the most worthy title “Thane of Cawdor”.
The tragedy of the story was how Macbeth fell from the grace and lost his nobility. He lost his honour, friends and ruled the people by tyrant hand and totalitarianism. He was statesmanship…
Macbeth: what is my life but a life inlived
warmth and hope my tale not does give
(Enter Macduff and Malcolm)
Macduff: Face thy death, thy rat-faced man,
So that none can then say the wound
I inflict was not given justly
Malcolm: Face the face of your crime, false king.
Turn now and see the steel forged in
the fire of thy unholy deeds
(Macbeth turns, slowly and deliberately)
Macbeth: And now might the life unlived meet
its end at the hand of a life