Macbeth Selfish Quotes

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Here, we discuss the extent that Shakspeare makes Macbeth this “pertinent" play by bringing in the real world and discussing it in his play Macbeth. It's Macbeths fault he’s this selfish, corrupted leader who only cares about himself along with the fact in the play there is never a good example of Macbeth making a decision for his people and not for himself. By Macebth killing Duncan that was his decision he killed him, with no thought of what that could do to his people. Here, "I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself And falls on th' other" (Shakespeare, 1.7.25-28), we get a indicate of yes Macbeth was manipulated by his wife to kill King Duncan but you can tell in this quote that he was controlled to kill i’m and that he didn’t want there to be more killings because he doesn't want bloodshed in his hands. By looking at this quote we gte a indication that yes …show more content…

In the book Macbeth the Woman are being portrayed as these manipulative and scheme characters who are the “villain” in the play however the powerful woman in the play macbeth are seen as a threat to society but in reality there scheming and being manipulative just like the men but they are woman with power therefore there seen as the villain, together with the fact in Lady Macbeth monologue “Come you evil spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here,” This quote is a prime example of the sexist subjects in the play Macbeth, how Lady macbeth would have to become a man to do a action like murder because a women could “never” do such a crime. The condemnation of powerful women in today's society is very much alike to how Lady Macbeth and the three witches are portrayed in this play. How women are powerful however they still get judged and get reminded that if they do a powerful action they would only really get respect if they were a

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