Malcolm explains how Scotland is falling when “It weeps, it bleeds, and each new day a gash / is added to her wounds”(4.3.50-51). Everyday Macbeth is damaging Scotland. The gash is referring to an assassination ordered by Macbeth to kill Macduff's family. Because of all of the murders that have occurred, the country is crumbling. Furthermore, there are many people who have a strong desire for a new king.
Hence, he put on a new appearance as snakes do. To show the general topic of evil, darkness symbolism is widely used throughout the play. The darkness is related with sleeping and sleep symbolizes night, the time of darkness, the death and personal conflict at dark. Shakespeare thinks that sleep involves the one’s whole life.
Macduff is a part of Macbeth’s fate as well. From day one, Macduff is suspicious of Macbeth’s climb to the throne. For example, he leads a crusade to take down Macbeth and reclaims the throne to Malcolm. Macbeth’s fate is not just determined by Malcolm reclaiming the throne, but revenge for murdering Macduff’s family.
There are two types of violence in Macbeth, and they are both necessary for the theatrical development of the play. The first type that appears is greedy violence. This is shown when Macbeth kills Duncan due to his extreme ambition to have the throne. Additional occurrences of greedy violence are displayed when Macbeth kills Banquo, and when Macduff’s family is slaughtered. The second type of violence in the play is redeeming, or necessary.
It also leads to a downfall of almost every character in the play. This act of murder causes Hamlet to die, and everyone else around him, including his mother and uncle. The entire play, readers continuously a theme of revenge due to this one action. Hamlet seeks revenge on his uncle for killing his father. In Act 5, the tension rests when Hamlet and Claudius are both eliminated.
Macbeth on the other hand, is being cold hearted because he murdered Macduff’s family for revenge. Euphemism is the literary device being used here because I figured that this action was really harsh. In Act IV Scene iii, Macduff convinces Malcom to raise the army against Macbeth because he is a terrible king. While they are talking, Ross, Macduff’s cousin, enters. He says, “Your castle is surprised, your wife and babes
King Duncan roared, “ What bloody man is that?” referring to a soldier coming in from battle (1.2.1). The soldier explains the heroism in Macbeth’s actions during the battle. It can be deduced that Macbeth is bloody just like the soldier. Macbeth’s actions are described as a “Disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel, / Which smoked with bloody execution,” associating Macbeth with killing, hinting to prospective events (1.2.17-18).
By composing Macbeth, Shakespeare was attempting to demonstrate a point about how abusing power prompts debasement. At the point when Macbeth gets to be Thane of Cawdor he understands all the force he could have. For instance, Macbeth says, "My dangerous believed is still just fanciful yet it shakes my whole masculinity so profoundly that my energy to act is covered by desire, and nothing appears to be genuine to be with the exception of what I imagine. "(Act
Blood is something most people see as gruesome and disturbing, and not something ordinary people enjoy to be in the presence of. In the play Macbeth, the playwright William Shakespeare uses the motif of blood to expose a character's thoughts and personality. Blood is an important motif constantly shown throughout the play. Macbeth, the main character, thinks he can advance to the throne without any consequences. Blood exemplifies the guilt he is now stuck with, and due to Macbeth's excessive ambition, and overwhelming guilt, he is now faced with the consequences.
Macbeth 's decisions to murder changed his whole way of life negatively. His first murder was what changed it all. Duncan the ex king of Scotland, was his first victim. In order to become king, Macbeth’s final decision was that he would have to kill Duncan to become King. Decisions can have a bad or good consequence in your life.
Macbeth got everything he desired for. But the consequence of his sins aren’t paid yet. The eldest son of Duncan and Macduff united together in England with King Edward to start a war with Malcolm. When Macduff was in England, all of his family member were killed by Macbeth and his servant. This cause Maduff really irritated and senseless and eagerness to kill Malcolm as a revenge for his family.
In conclusion we see many contrasting ideas in the epic and the movie. We see characters that were added solely for more entertainment purposes and drama. Beowulf is portrayed to have more human qualities rather than being boastful and proud like in the epic. The culture and society we live in now so much more different than it was at the time of the story. We are so used to the drama and tragedy of today’s culture, that we have to adjust already amazing stories to fit the our need.
Frantic, he orders a group of murderers to kill Macduff’s family. Consequently, when the time comes for Macbeth to encounter Macduff on the battlefield, he exhibits a moment of hesitation before proceeding to the duel. Feeling remorse for having Macduff’s entire family violently killed, Macbeth admits that he has a guilty conscience that he does not want to kill Macduff as well. “Of all men else I have avoided thee: / But get thee back; my soul is too much charged / With blood of thine already,” (Shakespeare 5. VIII.