Commentary Now Macbeth is the king, and he remember’s the witches prediction about Banquo’s children becoming heirs to the throne. Macbeth hires two men to have Banquo murdered. Fleance escapes unharmed, but Banquo’s ghost appears to Macbeth. Macbeth wants to meet with the three witches to see what his lies in his future. Act 4-Summary Macbeth arrives to see the three witches, and they tell Macbeth of four apparitions.
One example is how is easily persuaded by Lady Macbeth to commit such a heinous crime, and murder their King. After, that their downfall begins because they are both so plagued by guilt it starts to affect them both mentally and physically. The first hallucination that Macbeth experienced was the floating dagger that he claimed to Lady Macbeth, led him to King Duncan the night he murdered him (Shakespeare, 2.1.40-46). Then when Macbeth returns to his wife after murdering King Duncan, he asks her if she has heard any strange noises. Macbeth then goes on to explain how, “There’s one did laugh in’s sleep, and one cried, ‘murder!’ That they did wake each other: I stood and heard them: but they did say their prayers and address’d them again to sleep” (Shakespeare, 2.2.28-31).
Jamie came home one night, and found that his mother is not there. He sees a figure in his house who attempted to kill him, but was stopped by Victor Frankenstein. Frankenstein takes him to a facility called the Loop. Jamie is adamant about finding his mother. Later Jamie recruits a vampire named Larissa Kinley, who he found in a cell inside the Loop headquarters, to help them, however Frankenstein does not allow this because of his hates towards vampires.
At the beginning he does not want to kill Duncan but he is forced to by his wife. He later then starts hallucinating, gets no sleep, and regrets killing Duncan. As the story continues he then kills banquo and Macduff's family. He becomes very cold hearted and no longer cares to kill, he will kill anybody who gets in his way. Macbeth sends some men to kill Macduff's family because Lennox tells Macbeth that “`Tis two or three, my lord, that bring you word Macduff is fled to England” (4.1.141).
Macbeth is afraid for many reasons. Lady Macbeth convinced him to murder King Duncan, and the crime leaves Macbeth with a lot or regret. He also recently hired someone to kill Banquo, his best friend. Banquo’s ghost greets Macbeth at the banquet, giving him quite a fright. Macbeth is very afraid that Banquo’s ghost is coming back to harass him about his wrongdoings.
Many people get killed in Macbeth, La Belle Dame Sans Merci, “Idi Amin Biography”, and in “Vlad the Impaler.” When lady Macbeth rings the bell, that signals for Macbeth to kill King Duncan. When Macbeth kills Duncan, Banquo says the king is dead (ShakeMac 2.3.81-88). In La Belle Dame Sans Merci, the knight thinks the witch is good at first. The witch kills the knight after he makes her a flowered crown (Keats 33-38). Idi Amin became the leader of the British Army.
For example, one of Dracula’s first victims, named Lucy Westernra, becomes undead after being killed by Dracula. While she lied in bed dying, she asked her husband Arthur to kiss her before she died. However, this kiss had its own sinister meaning, as if Arthur had accepted this kiss he too would become an undead. Additionally, after her death, the undead Lucy continued to attempt to trick Arthur into joining her in undeath, and attempted to lure him to her tomb in order to kill him. Thankfully, both times the doctor Van Helsing stopped Arthur before he could do anything unwise.
A man, goaded by his wife, murders time and again to satisfy his hunger for power, slowly driving himself into insanity through his ambition. Ambition, both a blessing and a curse, lead Macbeth to a series of betrayals and murders of and by those closest to him. Conspiring with his wife in Act 1, Lady Macbeth had convinced Macbeth that by killing Duncan, King of Scotland, he could become the next King. He and Lady Macbeth planned the whole thing; who they would frame, how they would get past the guards, which one of them should be the one to do it, and how would they hide the knives once the deed had been accomplished. At the last second, Macbeth appeared to have a change of heart, but then his wife taunted him, insulting his manhood.
Once Macbeth is crowned King he seizes his power through being violent and committing murder, his life completely darkened with the crime he has committed. After he is crowned he gets really paranoid over having the crown stolen from him so he does anything to make sure that doesn’t happen so he becomes more murderous and eventually loses all sight to his
Macbeth is responsible for his destruction because in life we make our own decisions however he was heavily influenced by the three witches and Lady Macbeth. The witches foretell Macbeth becoming king and Lady Macbeth persuades him to kill the king, which backfires on her. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth can be compared to Ahab and Jezebel in the Bible in that they both got selfish and went after things that would catch up with them and cost them their lives. Macbeth is ultimately responsible for the decisions he made but he was first influenced by the three witches visiting him telling him he would be king. All hail, Macbeth!
He hallucinates Banquo in the chair he was going to sit on. Macbeth starts to act crazy and Lady Macbeth tries to tell the other men in the room how he is acting is normal. After the dinner Macbeth hears that Macduff went to England to reunite with Malcolm, Duncan 's son, to try for him to own the throne. Macbeth decides to take action and send some men to murder Macduff 's family. When Macduff comes back he finds out of his family 's death and joins Malcolm and his army to defeat Macbeth.
While the king is asleep, Macbeth sneaks into the king’s room and stabs him, despite all the blood on the dagger and his hands and all the consequences that would come with it. After Macbeth kills King Duncan, he realizes what he has done was wrong and starts feeling guilty, he brings the daggers he used to kill the king back to his room. Lady Macbeth then tells him to take them back to the scene of the crime but he refuses because he feels that he will get caught. So, Lady Macbeth describes him as being weak and takes the dagger back herself. Lady Macbeth smears blood on the
This is the point where Macbeth says “Life’s but a walking shadow...” He says this because he just lost the love of his life and he does not know how to handle it. After this Macduff 's army attacks and in the end Macduff kills Macbeth and Malcolm becomes king. The Main characters in Macbeth are: Macbeth, Lady macbeth, King Duncan, Banquo, Macduff, and the three witches. Macbeth says “...Life 's but a walking shadow...signifying nothing…” This suggests that life is meaningless but it is not. When Macbeth states this he is mourning the loss of his wife, also
As the wedding begins to take its toll, Victor is overthinking of the fact the monster will show up at the wedding. As they go back to their house, Victor wanders around the house to find the monster, however, Elizabeth screams and gets killed by the monster. Few days later, Victor’s father died and he devotes to find and destroy his creation. Leaving his past memories, Victor
Trial of Macbeth In Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth , the witches tell Macbeth he will become king one day so he decides that he is going to kill King Duncan. When Duncan came to visit Macbeth at his castle named Inverness, Macbeth and his wife developed a plan to kill the king. Lady Macbeth poisoned the guards while Macbeth I like men stabbed the king. When the guards woke up from the poison, Macbeth killed them so they couldn’t say anything about what happened and blamed it on a sudden rage caused by the tragic of the King. Based on the evidence in the play, Macbeth is guilty of murder in the first degree.