The Theme Of Macbeth Fair And Foul Is Fair

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Macbeth more than aptly demonstrates the theme "fair is foul and foul is fair". A courageous soldier leading his king to victory should have no part in criminalistic and foul activities. However, Macbeth's behaviour proves that even the most heroic can have a villainous core and once provoked, as Macbeth is by his wife, even the most fair may turn foul. Macbeth shows great struggle killing king Duncan and feels deep remorse after the murder questioning if, "all of great Neptunes oceans will wash the blood clean from [his] hands [ate]", therefore expressing that fair can be foul, but foul can become fair once more furthers demonstrating this theme. Macbeth fells guilty of his actions demonstrating that even something dark and evil can have

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