Examples Of Antigone In Macbeth

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Everyone makes mistakes and there is no way to get around not doing it. It's the natural part of human nature that we mess up and make mistakes. Maybe say or do something we don't mean, or many it is intentional. However, the question is who is to blame for the mistake. Many people will argue that it is the person who made the mistake, some people will argue that it was the person or object that led to the mistake, and some people will argue that everything happens for a reason and it was not a mistake at all. Sophocles Antigone once said, “All men make mistakes, but a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong, and repairs the evil. The only crime is pride.” Recently, I read Macbeth, Act I, scene I, II, and III, many arguments have been debating whether or not Macbeth's downfall was his own fault or someone else's, I believe that there are three messages that support these theories.

First of all, the first message is be careful who you trust. I believe that this message is very important to the story because macbeth trusts three witches to tell him his prophecy that he will be thane of Cawdor and king after that. At first, Macbeth is very interested at his prophecy and begs the witches to tell him more. However, at the end of the
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This goes hand in hand with having a sharp conscience. Macbeth let his wife, Lady Macbeth, talk him into killing the king so that he could take over his throne. It is obvious that Lady Macbeth wore the pants in the family. Even though I do like that Shakespeare put a very strong female character in the play it is obvious she has too much power over her husband. Malala Yousafzai once said, “ We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced.” This is a very important quote because even though Lady macbeth was a very strong women and had a loud voice, sometimes she just needed to be
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