This conveys that Macbeth simply killed Duncan because his of his wife’s cunning, and for fear of her, he was persuaded. In addition, we have already seen that the prophesying of Macbeth’s downfall only led him to murder Banquo and Macduff’s family because he feared losing all he had won. Banquo seemed the last obstacle in his way after hearing only the first prophecy because his sons would receive the throne, so Macbeth tried to kill him and his son out of fear of losing his
The guilt and anxieties he has because of the ghost he sees make Macbeth look like a crazy person. His conscious is not the same after he killed Duncan and Banquo. He needs courage to continue with his will to live. After time of him killing a lot of people, someone decides to do something about it. Macduff kills his wife for revenge on killing his family, Macbeth’s power ambition made him lose everything he had.
Also, another example of Macbeth being cruel s when he snt the murders to kill macduff's family. The play says,¨(Stabbing him) what, you egg Young fry of treachery! He has killed me, mother. Run away, I pray you!¨ (IV.ii.77). This is showing that Macbeth had the murderers kill the little boy in front of his mother.
Ross, here says that ambition is the reason Malcolm murdered Duncan, and that has as a result Macbeth will become king. Ross was correct in that, ambition was the cause of the murder, and that Macbeth would become king, he just didn’t know Macbeth was the usurper at this time. Then, at the end of the play, Macduff kills Macbeth. This happens because Macbeth wanted to remain in power, and so he killed Macduff’s family, resulting in his own death. “O, I could play the woman with mine eyes, and braggart with my tongue!
But Sir Macduff and King Malcom were able to flee in the nick of the time before Macbeth got his hands on them. Disastrously, furious Macbeth devoured by his wrath ordered his own personal mercenaries that he kept close by for this very situations to annihilate Macduff’s family. Macbeth, a man with no mercy towards children and women. Moreover, there had been rumours that the death of Banquo and the attempt to murder his son, Fleance, are all connected to Macbeth. Banquo has been murdered right after he left the castle of Dunsinane.
It led Macbeth to kill his friend, Banquo, because he was suspicious of him and he feared he would be an obstacle. Even Macbeth’s wife experienced excessive ambition and is the person who came up with the plan to kill the king and blame it
Macbeth believes Banquo knows about the murder and becomes suspicious. He hires murderers to kill Banquo and his young son, Fleance, in order for his secret to be kept, which is an example of how loathsome he has become. Macbeth is willing to kill anyone he sees as a threat to him or his throne. He also hires murderers to kill Macduff’s family after he learns Macduff has fled to England in order to get help to overthrow him. Macbeth’s and Lady Macbeth’s mental health begins to suffer in the midst of the madness.
When Macbeth began his plot to gain the throne, Macduff feared for his life and the rest of Scotland’s sanity. Because of this, Macduff went to find Malcolm in England and talk to him and King Edward of England about defeating Macbeth. While in England, Macduff discovered that Macbeth had slaughtered his family. To gain honor for Macduff’s deceased family, Macduff went to kill Macbeth in Act V saying, “… Tyrant, show thy face! If thou be’st slain and with no stroke of mine, My wife, and children’s ghost will haunt me still.” (Scn vii, lns 14-16) In Macduff’s statement, he was saying that if did not seek vengeance on Macbeth, then
In the book, after Macbeth becomes king, he abuses his power by killing Banquo then going to kill Macduff’s family, “The castle of Macduff I will surprise, Seize upon Fife, give to th' edge o' th' sword his wife, his babes, and all unfortunate souls that trace him in his line”(4.1.8). Macduff abuses his power extremely by going all the way to kill Macduff’s “wife”, “babes”, and anyone with any relation to him. Macbeth being able to easily murder them also shows the minimal power the opposition has towards him. Similarly, the creators of the SAT/ACT’s have a monopoly over the tests. Although the creators of the SAT/ACT tests have not used their power to physically harm anyone, their monopoly gives them no reason to reform the tests as there is no effective alternative test for people to