Macbeth believes Banquo is a threat to his throne. Macbeth’s paranoia causes him to hire Murderers to kill Banquo. Before Banquo dies he cries out one last statement to his son Fleance. He shouts, “Thou may’st revenge -O slave!” (III.iii.18). The idea of revenge on Macbeth is first begins here and is a subject of the play till the end.
His next task is approaching Othello to tell him that Desdemona has been cheating on him with Cassio. Jealousy spreads to Othello as Iago's plan starts taking effect. To provide evidence for this accusation, Iago plants a handkerchief of Desdemona's in Cassio's house. Othello's anger and insecurity allow him to be persuaded very easily by this flimsy evidence that he believes proves Desdemona's guilt. In order for this plan to work out, Iago had to kill his wife, Cassio, and Roderigo.
In the Shakespeare play, “Othello” , Iago seeks revenge against his military leader Othello because Cassio was promoted as lieutenant over him. Iago’s plan that led up to the murder of Desdemona (Othello’s wife) involved taking Cassio’s position and manipulating Othello to believe that she had been having an affair with Cassio (lieutenant of Othello). The most controversial question of this case is; is Iago legally responsible for the murder of Desdemona? Do you believe Iago is guilty or not guilty? Throughout the process of Iago’s plan he was able to drive the Moor mad and jealous, resulting in him killing his wife.
Through lago’s manipulation, he made Othello think Desdemona was having an affair. Othello has always been loyal to Desdemona, but after being manipulated, he has second thoughts and decided to murder Desdemona. In the play “Julius Caesar,” Brutus, who was Caesar’s most trusted man, betrays him and teams up with conspirators in a plot to kill Caesar. Brutus easily was able to trick Caesar and led him to his killing spot. Once you trust someone, you don’t realize how easy
Consumed By Jealousy: Cassius Character Analysis The murder of the fallen dictator, from Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, was by the hands of Cassius. Cassius was a jealous man, especially of his sovereign. This leads him to commit murder with a group of nobleman, through which he manipulates a leading character, to help him. These are just two of many reasons why Cassius is such a compelling character. Cassius was the lead conspirator who saw Brutus as the catalyst to unite the leading noble people against Julius Caesar.
Claudius became so slothful and envious that he murdered King Hamlet, his own brother(Act 1, scene 5, line 40). Without Sloth, none of the other sins would be brought about in this play. If Claudius had a work ethic he might have been able to have the same powers and glory that his brother possessed. The sin caused by sloth also lead to make Claudius even worse. He married his sister in law and had to sin much more in order to cover his tracks(Act 1, Scene 5, line 44).
Lady Macbeth says ‘When you durst do it, then you were a man; And to be more than what you were, you would Be so much more the man. This shows that lady Macbeth emotionally abused Macbeth, which lead Macbeth to see his wife as very manipulating and threatening. Therefore, she is the true murderer. Even though Macbeth took action and murdered the king, her manipulation of him made it such that she might as well have been holding the knife
He’s ambition rise up and with his wife Lady Macbeth’s ideas, he changed from a loyal courtiers to a regicide. Having murdered king Duncan, he usurped the throne. As king he began his tyranny, killing his friends, courtiers and their families, which ultimately caused his own doom. All the great king in the history they all have big ambition. but Macbeth’s didn’t get the things his ambition want, so his ambition drive him to the evil side.
Not only did he hate Othello for passing him over on the lieutenant promotion, he also believed Othello was sleeping with his wife, Emilia. IAGO - But for my sport and profit. I hate the Moor, and it is thought abroad that 'twixt my sheets. He has done my office. I know not if 't be true, but I, for mere suspicion in that kind, will do as if for surety.
Upon arrival he was shown an apparition that told him to beware Macduff (4.1.71-72). Seeing as how Macduff was a threat to his reign, he sent murderers to have him killed. However, seeing that he wasn’t there, they killed his wife and son. Meanwhile, Macduff was in England with Duncan’s son, Malcom, trying to get help to overthrow