Three Apparitions In Macbeth

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Third of all, visions played a significant role in predicting the subsequent events and concentrating on the scene. The dagger, for example was considered to be a fatal vision. That was because it foreshadowed the death of Duncan, his servants, and Macbeth, as well. The visions helped creating a new atmosphere, which made the audience capable of predicting the death fate of each character in the play. Finally, apparitions appeared at the end of the play and they helped in raising the curiosity of the audience. When Macbeth asked the witches for more information about his future, they gave him answers through three apparitions. The first vision, warned Macbeth to beware of Macduff. The second was that Macbeth could not be harmed by

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