The Role Of Destruction In Macbeth

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The Tragedy of Macbeth was inevitable story of Macbeth uncheck ambition. Ambition is describe as a strong desire to do or achieve something. Macbeth ambition took him to places where it seem unfitting for a person. Ambition distract the mind into doing something. When the witch prophesied his future, he took it upon himself to destroy anyone that would interfere him between the throne. Macbeth was so ambitious on killing anyone that was cesses of him not being king, that he lost track of his moralities and beliefs. Therefore Macbeth uncheck ambition shows that becoming king will lead him on the path of destruction. The aspect of ambition in Macbeth, show the universal human trait that ambition leads to destruction. At the beginning of the play, Shakespeare illustrates Macbeth ambition and how it emerges. The witches prophecies of Macbeth, lead him to his downfall of evil ambition. Macbeth was like a tree, as it grow the taller and more water it need to grow. This is evident since Macbeth was a kindhearted person without any ambition before and slightly after the witch told him about his fate, “Yet do I fear thy nature;/It is too full o’th milk of human kindness/ To catch the nearest way. Thou wouldst be…show more content…
Macbeth ambition grew as the play progressed. His character changes from the beginning to the end of the story. Macbeth character drastically from him being a kindhearted person that has an high moral ambition to a paranoid and guilt ridden person. Macbeth’s ambition rose as he committed more and more crime. One crime that leads to another. Macbeth suffered from fear and guilt as more crime that he commit. He become from hallucinative to paranoid. As a result of this, his character degraded toward the end of the play. Ambition is a great thing have someone is checking it, ambition may led to destruction, but have ambition will create a future that someone might

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