Macbeth's Apparition Analysis

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The character known as Macbeth was known to see apparitions and hallucinations. This was an effect of a tragedy which ultimately resulted in his destruction. Throughout the play the reader will be aware that Macbeth is changing. Although, in this paper I’ll will explain who and what the apparitions are, what exactly did the apparitions say to Macbeth, How does he respond to the voices, and what do theses hallucinations mean. The apparitions controlled his thoughts and actions. They controlled him with hope and the foretelling.

The first apparition told Macbeth to “Beware of Macduff”. Which is foretelling. This lets the reader know that Macbeth will either kill Macduff, or be destroyed by him. In the beginning Macduff and Macbeth are

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