The Responsibility Of The Witches In Shakespeare's Macbeth

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During the play, the witches are commonly referred to as the “weird sister” by the majority of the characters. The witches represent unconscious temptations to evil. The witches cause a lot of mischief and it all stems from their powers, which is the result of their understanding of others weaknesses. Throughout the play, they play MacBeth like professional puppeteers.
Shakespeare’s makes the witches seem slightly ridiculous by describing their facial structure such as their beard and bizarre potions. The witches speak very differently from the other characters, the witches speak in rhyming couplet where as the other characters just speak in lines of 10 syllables. Despite how ridiculous shakespeare presents them they are clearly the most dangerous

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