Theme Of Ambition And Hallucinations In Macbeth

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The play Macbeth involves a lot of ambition and negation. Macbeth was a great Scottish general. Macbeth comes along three witches and they tell him that he will be king. He listens to him and his strong leads him to wanting to become king. He will kill anyone that gets in his way. His wife encourages him to kill and somewhat helps him. He kills Duncan, Banquo, Lady Macduff, and Lady Macduff’s son. Through his killings he starts having visions and hallucinations that end up taking a toll on him. His wife has some visions too which leads her to committing suicide. All of this ends ups leading him to his death and causing great tragic. Macbeth experiences visions and hallucinations that make him regret the things he did. One vision he has is,

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