Role Of Blood In Macbeth

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The story of Macbeth shows that in order to take something you must pay a price. Macbeth a general learns of a prophecy that three witches tell him. They said that he will gain power by becoming king. But only one thing stands in his way and that is the former King, King Duncan.
Blood plays an important role throughout the play. Blood symbolizes both life and death which has been shown in the play. In order for Macbeth to gain his new life as king he first has to take away the former kings life. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth both play crucial roles in the play playing as the antagonist they go above and beyond desperately trying to gain power through any necessary means. After the death of King Duncan Macbeth sees himself as a very powerful

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