Kite a instance, on the night that Macbeth murders King Duncan, Banquo says to his son, "A heavy summons lies like lead upon me, Gives way to in repose! (2.1.6-9). Banquo doesn't say just what thoughts are disturbing his sleep, but we can guess that they have to do with the witches' prophecies. A little later in the scene, Macbeth seems to suggest that he could reward Banquo if Banquo would somehow support him in something having to do with the witches' prophecies. Banquo shows that he is suspicious of Macbeth's motives, and Macbeth ends the conversation by wishing Banquo "Good repose" (2.1.29), a good night's sleep.
When the ghost of King Hamlet appears and tells his son that Claudius killed him by pouring poison in his ear, Hamlet does not act straight away he takes his time to think about what the ghost told him. He wonders whether it is a good ghost or a bad ghost. He plans things out wanting the new king to be embarrassed for what he has committed. When the group of actors come to town, Hamlet says to one of them, "Dost thou hear me old friend? Can you play The Murder of Gonzago?"
The first act of cruelty that contributes to Macbeth’s downfall is the murder of Duncan. After contemplating the consequences associated with planning the murder, Macbeth kills Duncan, convinced that it is the only way he can become king. Following the murder, Macbeth becomes overwhelmed with shock and begins to experience auditory hallucinations. Upon experiencing shock, Macbeth is unaware that he brings back the daggers from the crime. Commanded by Lady Macbeth to return the daggers to the scene, he claims, “I am afraid to think what I have done.” Riddled with guilt, Macbeth feels remorse.
Then Romeo sets out in his sorrow to an apothecary and says, “Come hither, man. I see that thou art poor: hold, there is forty ducats: let me have a dram of poison, such soon-speeding gear as will disperse itself through all the veins that the life-weary taker may fall dead and that the trunk may be discharged of breath as violently as hasty powder fired doth hurry from the fatal cannon 's womb.” These quotes show you that Romeo is planning to kill himself because of Juliet faking her death, which Romeo doesn’t know about. In the end, Romeo kills himself by poison and dies by Juliet and then Juliet stabs herself and dies when she finds Romeo dead. This is truly a tragic story because of the deaths of these two young lovers because of one of Tybalt’s
When Hamlet hears noise from behind the arras, he runs the sword through a rat, claiming that is the King, but he is killing Polonius. In addition, Ophelia goes mad after being denied and her father’s murder, and then she commits a suicide. Guildenstern and Rosencrantz are dispatched by him to their deaths. Laertes demands revenge for his father and sister. The King and Laertes plans to murder Hamlet with a poisoned sword and drink.
King said the old hamlets father that he must take revenge and fro his brother so he can rest in peace and can go to heaven. Hamlet vows to affect madness is to put antic disposition to wear a mask that will enable it to monitor the interaction in the castle he finds himself more uncertain than ever. In his book, the constant confusion. Wondering hamlets credibility specter that if the ghost is not true spirit but as an agent of Satan sent to tempt him? What if produces kill Claudius in hamlets need to relieve his memories forever?
He said it is not his place to do so and that heaven will judge her when it comes time. The ghost also tells him that he fell asleep in the garden and Claudius poured poison in his ear to kill him. Hamlets fear about his uncle was true after all. “O my prophetic soul!” he cries (1.5.40). After finding out all this information, Hamlet was in a dark spot that lead him to acting insane to investigate the accusations that his father had made.
Unlike Oedipus, after realizing the accuracy of his prophecy, instead of avoiding all possible negative actions, Macbeth devises a plan with the help of his wife to murder Duncan in order to fulfil the dark prophecy. However Macbeth’s weak character becomes provoked by a disappearing dagger, which he hallucinates before the murder of Duncan. The further Macbeth travels the path of corruption, the further he travels from reality, and illusions become his truth. Macbeth acts upon his illusions and as he hears the Lady Macbeth’s bell he questions whether Duncan will go to heaven or to hell, a choice Macbeth lost (Shakespeare 2.1.75-77). Throughout the play Shakespeare illuminates Macbeth’s escape from reality.
He stayed there for 53 years. In Macbeth, after Macbeth murders Duncan he begins to feel guilty. Lady Macbeth took the daggers that Macbeth used to murder Duncan, and put them back so the servants would be blamed. In the text it says, “Go get some water and wash this filthy witness from your hand.” Macbeth feels a lot of guilt about killing Duncan, so he has 3 murders secretly murder Banquo without Lady Macbeth knowing. At the banquet Macbeth sees the bloody ghost of Banquo.
When the Duke learns of it, he contrives a cunning plan to have them both killed under false pretenses, enacting a punishment without public knowledge of his revenge. The Duke seizes Casandra, ties and gags her and covers her up so that she cannot be recognized. He commands that his son Frederico kill her on the pretext that she is some captured traitor. Frederico does so without question showing his loyalty to his father. As Frederico discovers with horror the identity of his victim, the Duke falsely accuses him of having murdered Casandra out of envy, in order to prevent her from having a child who would deny him any chance of access to the Dukedom.