The character of Macbeth in No Fear Macbeth was written by William Shakespeare in the seventeen century, which based on the true story about king of Scotland. Shakespeare certainly put some factors to influence the character Macbeth degenerates from a noble to an evil individual. In the beginning of the play, Macbeth is a tolerant, magnificent and loyal soldier who has no ambition, manhood and evil mind. The uncanny emergence of the wired sisters inspire his ambition to become the king of Scotland by telling him prophecies. With the manipulation and overwhelming force from his ambitious wife – Lady Macbeth, our protagonist becomes a violent murderer eventually. Something particularly attractive in this play, the character who have the most impact to Macbeth are both women, and they have power.
The wired sisters is the main effect that Macbeth has the thought to become the king. In the beginning, the wired sisters is recount Macbeth and Banque about their future, that Macbeth will be the king of Scotland, the Thane of Cawdor and Thane of Glams. Based on the prophecies, Macbeth eventually follows though on killing the king and creates his own disaster and sense of guilty. He becomes paranoid and insecure, and this action causes he commits more murders include killing his best friend Banque. As the play progresses, Macbeth slowly relies on the weird sisters prophecies. In the end, the weird sister reappear and warn Macbeth that someone will take him down. Unfortunately, the weird sisters can merely predict the future. However, they have no abilities to change Macbeth’s destiny. Shakespeare uses The Weird Sisters as a satisfaction for Macbeth’s curiosity which corrupts his character.
Lady Macbeth influences her husband’s decisions in a negative manner. She is stronger, more relentless and more ambitious than Macbeth. In the beginning of the play, Macbeth is greatly influenced by his wife’s ideas and ambition. For some reasons, he stops thinking about killing king Duncan to become the king. However, after Lady Macbeth knows about this, she questions Macbeth’s manhood and attacks his weakest spot – his courage. She tells him he can merely become a man if he commits the murder. Lady Macbeth manipulates Macbeth to override all of his objections and repeatedly questions his manhood. Macbeth is driven to a point where he feels he has to prove himself. After Macbeth kills king Duncan, Lady Macbeth proves to be an immense source