Macbeth And Genesis 3 Character Analysis

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When comparing two tremendous stories, Macbeth and Genesis 3 from the Bible, there are characters that make wrong decisions. There are betrayal, temptation, consequences that take place in both of these stories.
In each story there is a temptation that takes a big part in the character's life. In Genesis 3, Eve is tempted by the sneaky serpent that tricks her to eat the apple and her husband. Temptation takes part in the play, Macbeth, which three witches that are called “weird sisters”. They trick Macbeth believing into killing people to become a mighty King. In the Bible, it states “ Then the serpent said to the woman, “You will not surely die. 5 For God knows that in the day you eat…” The serpent was trying to fool the woman into thinking that the fruit was good, and God wouldn’t do anything to her. In the play of Macbeth, temptation takes place when the “weird sisters” made Macbeth believe in that he could become king, if he just killed a certain amount of people.
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In Genesis 3, Adam and Eve faced the consequence they had when betraying God. In the Bible, it states “So He drove out the man;...”, and ““I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception;In pain you shall bring forth children;” Eve consequence was to bring children into the world with pain, also being kicked out the garden of Eden with Adam. In Macbeth, he suffered a horrible consequence from the character Macduff. He cut his head off from all the tragedy he caused in everybody's life. The consequence of these two stories are very unthinkable, from being disappointed by God, and being killed just because you wanted to become king.
As you can see these two stories are very similar because they are repeated. Macbeth was written after Genesis 3 sharing the same traits as temptation, betrayal, and consequences. These two stories repeat in a very different way but they do have the same
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