How The Three Witches Influence Macbeth

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Throughout the play Macbeth’s choices were constantly influenced by other characters in the play; namely the three Witches and Lady Macbeth. witches impress over Macbeth. However, at the first Macbeth didn’t believe them. When the first witchy says, “all hail, Macbeth When the second witch cries, “all hail, Macbeth hail to thee the thane of Cawdor!”. And the third witch stats, “all hail, Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter”. When Ross and Angus said to Macbeth you will be the king of the Crowder. Then, Macbeth believed the three witches after the second prophecy was proven. In addition, Macbeth’s weakness is seen when his wife influences over him to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth who lusts for power and position. She affects in a negative way. Also, Macbeth couldn’t show his feelings, and what he thinks about killing Duncan. For example, she tries to persuade him to kill the king when she says, “what beast was ‘t, then, that made you break this enterprise to me?” So, lady Macbeth makes her husband more nervous and angry to kill his brother (the king).…show more content…
Internally, there were conflicts between his personality and his ambition. Externally, the witches and Lady Macbeth led to his contemplation of murdering Duncan. An internal conflict that raged within Macbeth occurred after he murdered Duncan. He was so distorted and guilty-stricken that he began to hear voices and felt he could not be forgiven. For example, before Macbeth kills Duncan he feels scared but after killing the king he feels guilty. When Macbeth says, “besides, this Duncan hath borne his faculties so meek, hath been so clear in his great
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