Fair Is Foul And Foul Is Fair Macbeth

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Appearances are Deceiving
Evil lurks behind fair looks is a major theme during the play. He urges Macbeth to hide his evil intentions behind his welcoming and “innocent” looks. “Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t.” It connects with today’s society because people are nice to your face but in reality they talk about you behind your back.
Another quote is “Fair is foul, and foul is fair” The phrase foreshadowed how appearances could deceive because good is bad and bad is good. We was showed that MacBeth was a gentle nobleman who would hate the thought of killing. But his wife was greedy from the start. The phrase foreshadowed the change in characters because MacBeth was “fair” and his wife was the “foul” one.
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