Macbeth puts tries Macbeth manhood. She says Act 2, Scene 2, Line 85 “ My hands are as red as yours, but I would be ashamed if my heart were as pale and weak.” Macbeth starts to feel weak and realizes he that he has to go get rid of the blood. They go into there bedroom and get rid of the blood with water. Macbeth his contemplating and reminiscing about what just happened.
so that my speed to Mantua there was stayed.” (5.2.9-12). Friar John explains how he took a visit to another Friar who was supposedly infected with the plague and the town's health officials suspected the sickness and locked them in the house so he was unable to deliver the letter. Friar John’s fiasco in trying to deliver the letter caused Romeos misleading purchase of the poison in spite of not knowing the truth. This incident is generally caused by fate because it was out of anyone's control and is unpreventable.
This is further indication that he is subject to fate. After ascending to the throne he invites his lords only for Banquo’s ghost to arrive and take Macbeth’s seat. Since only Macbeth sees the ghost, his fright and anger as he confronts a presumably empty chair raises the eyebrows of his guests. The party ends prematurely as the ghost returns a second time. From the encounter, it is evident that the hero will not get away with the murders and is doomed to fall.
He convinces himself that he is not his fault the ghost is present. The purpose was to bring forth the truth of what he has done. In Act 5 Scene 1, Lady Macbeth sleepwalks through the castle and had illusions of blood. In which she realizes the mistakes she had committed after she was incapable of rubbing the stains of blood of her
When Hale entered the story he believed that he was going to be the savior of the town ridding them of witches. When Rebecca Nurse and John Proctor were arrested Reverend Hale was deeply shaken with his beliefs. Hale near the end of the story he tells Elizabeth that you should not have religion when it brings you harm but you should keep faith in God. Reverend Hale near ending of The Crucible is the complete opposite of the Reverend Hale that first entered the story, because he came in believing he was the authority on how to find witches, then he was shaken by arrest of Rebecca and John, and finally by him telling others to throw away religion when it brings harm to
Hamlet 's tragic flaw is his inability to kill Claudius when the chance was there. He delayed Claudius death too many time in which ultimately caused the deaths of, his mother, Ophelia, Laertes, and himself. Hamlet could’ve killed Claudius but he decided to doubt himself and delay his death. Hamlet had a point where he thinks if he should “to be or not to be,” (III.i.64).
The speech Macbeth gives about the death of his wife, shows the lack of humanity that gets shown throughout the play. Macbeth has become insensitive towards the tragic news that he has just received, all because of his thirst for power. He has separated the person he once was into the treacherous traitor that he is now. “Life is nothing more than an illusion,” is what Macbeth says, it shows that his ideology has been warped due to taking the future for granted. He has been told by the three witches, what going to happen, but not how, so he has become jaded about certain events that will transpire.
However, it was not Macbeth’s idea to murder King Duncan at first. His wife, Lady Macbeth, persuades him into doing so. Macbeth had always been loyal to King Duncan and would have never committed such a sin. Macbeth tells his wife, “I am afraid to think what I have done; look on 't again I dare not,” and because of the witches and help from Lady Macbeth, he follows through with killing the beloved King and is immediately starting to regret his actions (Mac.2.2.65-67). After Macbeth slaughters King Duncan, he is named king himself and starts to get paranoid about people finding out the truth.
Appearance versus reality is also seen at the beginning of the play when the witches introduce the quotation, “fair is foul, and foul is fair,” (Act I, Scene I, line 10), or what seems good is really bad. Macbeth seen it as what seems bad is really good. Malcolm flees to Scotland when his father dies and looks guilty, but he is only trying to protect himself. King Duncan says in Act I, Scene IV, lines 12-13 “There’s no art to find the mind’s construction in the face: He was a gentleman on whom I built, an absolute trust,”. Duncan is meaning that “there is no way” in “there is no art” and the man’s character in “man’s construction.
Comes to find out he was very angry with Hamlet for making that play and hurting his mother. Hamlet begins to be very heartbreaking towards Ophelia because he starts acting as if he doesn’t really care about her and starts joking with her Lach 4 in a mean way. He starts telling you that her beauty has nothing He also starts questioning whether life is better or if death would be easier. The ghost telling Hamlet about his father being murdered changes the way he thinks about his own life. He says, “To die, to sleep.
He decides to tell both of his friends, Maria and Tom. Tom instantly assumes that he’s crazy. Maria, on the other hand, doesn’t jump to that conclusion but instead, she seriously considers that he might actually be telling the truth. (Page 139) Everybody else always assumed he was just making it up, especially adults.
Meanwhile apprehension grips Parris’s mind that it also compels him arbitrarily to allege many townspeople. Parris blames others to divert attention away from himself. He worries that if the townspeople learn that his daughter and niece have fiddled with witchcraft, his position as pastor could be expelled. Yet at the same time, in the beginning of the play, because Parris placed the title witch on the heads of even the most pious members of his community, he converts into an overly insecure character. All in all, Parris horrors the loss of his job, others finding fault in him, and
It is Proctor’s beliefs and qualities that stop him from going along with the trials. Throughout the story there are events that show Proctors qualities, the first of these is when Mary comes home from the trials(page ). Proctor is shocked that people are being hanged because of the lies, he never believes the charges that so many were faced with . The second event is when Hale comes to his house, the Proctors tell him that they do not believe that there are witches in Salem and that the charges of witchcraft on them are false. The third event is when procter comes to the court with evidence from Mary stating that the girls
—No more o ' that, my lord, no more o ' that. You mar all with this starting” (V.i line 36-38). Even though, Lady Macbeth had nothing to do with the murders after Duncan, like Banquo and Macduff’s wife as well as his son, she still feels guilty because she created the monster, by manipulating Macbeth to kill Duncan. Another reason Lady Macbeth feels remorseful is because she had to do with some of the action in the murder, for example planning the death of Duncan and framing Duncan 's attendant. The guilt is causing Lady Macbeth to go insane because she is aware “All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.
Macbeth, a story written by William Shakespeare that revolves around the power hungry Thane of Cawdor, is established as a play of prophecies throughout the work. Although it can be interpreted as a play of morality, as Macbeth does eventually realize his mistakes and is punished for them, the plot is ultimately based on a number of supernatural predictions. Macbeth is established as a play of prophecies through the inclusion of the three witches, who essentially dictate the plot. The first prophecy, which plays a major role in furthering the plot, is found when the witches inform Macbeth, the current Thane of Glamis, that he will soon also become the Thane of Cawdor.