Aggression And The Self-Determination In Macbeth's Journey

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Along the journey, Macbeth gets involved in an altercation with his arch enemy, Macduff, which increases his self-determination to win. Throughout the battle, aggression and selfishness take over, allowing him to become distracted by his own confidence. As said in the text, “ I’ll fight till from my bones my flesh be hacked…” ( Act 5, Scene 3, Page 3 ). Although, Macbeth felt committed into winning this battle, he still failed to be victorious. In the end, it seems as if you get the power to get to your head, the journey will be difficult to become successful.

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