This excitement in Macbeth leads him to have an interest in becoming the king which is why he wants to hear more from the witches. In addition, Lady Macbeth carries on to pressure Macbeth which causes him to be responsible for an immoral action that he allows to happen. In Macbeth’s castle, Lady Macbeth trys to convince Macbeth to kill King Duncan, and believes that Macbeth is being weak when he disagrees. Lady Macbeth says, “Like the poor cat ‘i’ the adage?” (1.7 45). After Macbeth’s response, Lady Macbeth says, “When you durst do it, then you were a man; And, to be more then you what you were, you would Be so much more the man” (1.7 49-51).
Ambition and Greed is first introduced in the beginning of “Macbeth” when Macbeth and Banquo are greeted with three witches. The three witches present them with three prophecies, two for Macbeth, and one for Banquo. “… All hail Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor, All hail Macbeth! Thou shalt be king hereafter” and to Banquo “… Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none” (Act 1, Scene 3).
In the Story of Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, there are many different characters who could play the role of Macbeth’s corruption. There is three possibilities of his failure, Macbeth himself, the witches, or Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth tricked Macbeth into doing the wrong actions, such as killing Duncan and making it seem like it was the right thing to do. Macbeth hurt himself by listening to what others tell him, and being conned into making the wrong decision to becoming a king. Part of that is the witches fault, they made him hallucinate and believe things that he never would have if the witches weren't involved.
In the play of Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the main character, Macbeth, is told by three witches that he was to become a king. This information prompts him to murder King Duncan which in turn makes him face constant pressure from multiple sides. His desire to receive and maintain power forces him to make questionable decisions as well as to turn to others in the story, including, for example, the witches and Lady Macbeth. The question that arises as a result is whether Macbeth’s downfall was caused by himself or those around him. What becomes evident as time goes on is that however true it may be that outside influences had played a role in how things would turn out, in the end, Macbeth’s decisions play the largest role in his downfall.
The witches, in act I called Macbeth Thane of Glamis and Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth was already Thane of Glamis and he had been given the position of Thane of Cawdor but he didn’t know about it. Also the three sisters told Macbeth that he would be king. After hearing this prediction his mind got totally tempted to kill the king. His interpretation of what the witches said was that he needed to kill the king so he could become king.
To do this to Macbeth, they need to gain his trust. They need their prophecies to come true to make Macbeth fully believe in their ability undoubtably. One of the witches could have easily disguised themselves as a murderer to watch over the acts. “Thou shall get kings though thou be none.” This quote is from act 1 scene 3 line 67 and page 9. One of the witches is the speaker.
Shakespeare has written numerous famous plays, MacBeth being one of his darkest plays, touching up on the topic of the thought that power sometimes leads to corruption, and how it can manipulate someone’s thoughts and actions, bringing them to do things they thought they never would. In MacBeth, there are many examples of MacBeth trying anything to gain power, even if the guilt will eat him alive. In the beginning, the Three Weird Sisters know of a prophecy allegedly saying that MacBeth will one day be King. After they tell MacBeth, he, over time, starts to obsess over becoming the highest positioned person in the hierarchy. Soon after the prophecy is revealed, MacBeth plots to murder King Duncan with his wife, Lady MacBeth.
but Macbeth’s didn’t get the things his ambition want, so his ambition drive him to the evil side. The story about Macbeth's ambition rise all begin with three witches. When Macbeth and
Deception first comes into the play when the old Thane of Cawdor was caught in the act of treason, and Shakespeare used the words that King Duncan stated, to show his feelings towards him. Another scene deception plays a role, is when Macbeth’s wife uses her linguistic abilities to persuade him to do a dirty deed. Lastly, there was a piece in the play where Donalbain states a sentence explicating the deception of man. There are three places in acts one and two of, “Macbeth,” that show different levels of
The idea of revenge on Macbeth is first begins here and is a subject of the play till the end. The Witches meet with Macbeth again and warn him to “[b]eware the Thane of Fife” (IV.i.71-72). Macbeth becomes paranoid and believes MacDuff is a threat to his throne as well. He decides to hire the Murderers again to kill him. Instead these Murderers kill his mother and son.