Macbeth slowly walked down the dimly lit hallways hoping not to attract any attention to himself. Although it was late he knew some of his servants would still be awake. Macbeth slipped into King Duncan’s chamber with a dagger in each hand. The Chamber’s candles had been blown out, the only light was the illumination of the pale moonlight. Carefully he approached Duncan’s sleeping figure. He could feel his head pounding, millions of voices telling him not to do it. They were screaming, but one voice was the loudest. One voice told him to do it, for it was the only way he could become king. It was so loud, although it was a whisper. It was his wife’s, She sounded so soft her soothing voice seemed to drown out all the other ones. He loomed over Duncan, the two daggers loomed over him. …show more content…
He was a good king” He muttered with every stab, still unknown to the tears falling down his face. By the time he finished he could hardly recognize his king. The blood splattered all over Duncan was a sorry sight. His head was screaming, all the voices were gone. All that was occupied his head was himself. Grasping his head in pain, he dropped the daggers on to the floor. Falling to the ground with a loud clank. Shaken out of his pain but the loud noise he hastily went to grab the daggers off the floor. Looking down at himself only to find his formerly white shirt, lightly stained with blood. Gradually he brought his hands up to the moonlight and for the first time, he noticed the color of King Duncan’s blood. The moonlight from the window shining on him, casting the illusion that the once crimson blood was black. As he tried to wipe the black blood on his hands on the front of his shirt but the blood smudged up his arms. His heart was pounding in his chest, the black blood was dripping on to the floor. Letting out a few shaking breath he wiped the sweat from his brow. The wind outside howled loudly as the owls shrieked. It seemed as if a storm was
Is there more than one way betrayal can change a person? Hosseini's The Kite Runner and Shakespeare's Macbeth provide two different examples of how betrayal can shape a person. In The Kite Runner, Amir, the main character, gives and also receives betrayal throughout the book. He failed to help Hassan in the alleyway as a child and discovers later as an adult that Baba was Hassan’s birth father, not just Amir’s. Macbeth, from Shakespeare’s famous Macbeth, continuously gives betrayal throughout the book.
The night of Macbeth 's coronation was to be a joyous one. The evening began with the distasteful welcoming of the King. Endless sheets of rain were crashing down against the large looming windows. Nevertheless the weather could not hinder the state of ecstasy that had taken ahold of Lady Macbeth. Therefore the banquet could not be hindered; or so they thought.
The things he screamed, made me know for sure that whatever spirit he was talking to he knew personally. As the dining room was overcome with conversations again, I got up from my seat and continued into the kitchen. As I quietly walked in, Lady Macbeth was facing the wall. I heard whispering like she was having a conversation with someone. “Excuse me, madame.”
Billy Bob Jr. was a normal man with massive strength. He would do everything extravagantly and in a very showoff fashion. When he made his bed he would Fluff the pillows by picking them up and punching them out of his hand like a bullet until it landed on the place he wanted. He didn’t even buy his house he built it himself brick by brick literally here is a picture- And it only took 5 days.
MacBeth is the main character in Shakespeare's MacBeth and rightfully so. He is the character that changes the most and has the greatest impact on the story. MacBeth is the one whom the tragedy is placed on, and because of this it is his story. MacBeth's dynamic character changes throughout the play driving the story forward and showing the theme of visions of power create ambition in individuals. The first point that has to be explained is MacBeth's dynamic character.
Being the king isn’t the easiest task to have. You have to make sure that the village is in order, that everybody is doing their part, and that everybody is safe. At this moment, it may be rough to be the king after the previous attack, but I believe I will gain the trust of my people and we can move forward into the right direction. I am willing to do what is right to make sure everybody has the proper respect, knows that our village is safe, and has a great relationship with me. Royalty is in my blood and I am here to prove
The voices he hears that threaten: “Macbeth shall sleep no more” indicate a relationship between guilt and madness. Therefore, the manifestation of the dagger suggests that he feels guilty because of his attempt to murder Duncan. There are three major transitions of thought. First, he contemplates about the dagger’s existence; the second is the invocations of dark images; finally, there is the bell that cuts off Macbeth’s contemplations. The transitions between topics indicate that while Macbeth feels guilty for the murder, his determination makes him ignore
They pluck out mine eyes! With all great’s Neptune was this blood clean from my hand?” Macbeth’s thoughts after he murders Duncan, the king, show the mental torment he has put himself through. Him verbalizing his thoughts after the murder gives insight into the type of hell Macbeth is in.
I sat alone at my desk with the door shut and lights off. It was a Friday night. Ordinarily, I would be out with his friends or on a date with Leena, but now, I was using my free nocturnal hours to wallow in my melancholy mood, finishing my assigned reading of Macbeth. Growing up, I read a lot. We didn 't have a television in the small apartment, so all I had were books to keep me company.
The despair that pangs my heart is only the beginning of my troubling sorrow. I Chancellor Constantine Wolfgang have been run out of my home, drove away by the mad king of Chillingham castle. If only the king would be reasonably, but he is indulged in his own self-glory that none shall help if it make him look weak. A warning that Ruvik was coming to take the Kings head, but no the king said “Ruvik has been dead for years I remember plunging my sword deep into his heart.” The King laughed at me yet I pleaded and pleaded and then my worst mistake threatening my king to listen to my admonitions.
One might think that sorcery was at hand here. I enter Macbeth’s abode and take in the room. Rich purple and royal blues hang from the tresses and decorate the tables, windows and door ways. The regality of it all amazed me. My attention is taken away from the décor as the man of the hour arrives.
He looked around; he noticed that Macbeth was close to the man. When Macbeth was close to the man that was covered in blood, they began to converse in low voices. Ross strained his ear, trying to listen in. It was no use though the men around him chatted too loudly. Instead, he watched.
Early yesterday morning King Duncan’s murder went down at Macbeth’s castle. Macduff, Thane of Fife, said “The king commanded me to come early for him, I almost missed the time”. When they went to wake the king they came across a saddened sight. The dead body of their king. Macbeth, Thane of Cawdor and Glamis, said “His servants were found with his blood all over them”.