Tomorrow Soliloquy From Macbeth Analysis

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In the tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow soliloquy from Macbeth you can see a few things. Leading up to this point in the play Macbeths life has completely changed he has gone from the Thane of Glamis to the Thane of Cawdor and then he becomes the king. Although he does this through mischievous ways after a group of witches tells him he shall be king. Then they tell his best friend Banquo that his sons will be kings. So Macbeth kills the current king and then he kills Banquo. Macbeth who is trying to make his ways of gaining power remain unknown finds himself in trouble and asking the witches for another prophesy. The witches’ prophesize that Macbeth will not die by a man that is born of a woman and the Burnham woods will begin to move. They also tell him to beware of Macduff. While Macbeth is contemplating the things that the witch has said he hears a screech. Only to find out that his wife has just committed suicide. That is when the tomorrow soliloquy begins and Macbeth has three main messages in this soliloquy the first is that life is short, the second is that you may eventually gain the thing you wanted most, but you could lose everything that you had and the final thing is that you should enjoy life whilst you can. The first message in the tomorrow soliloquy is that life is short. One of the ways that you see this throughout the play Macbeth is through Banquo and Macduff’s son. Banquo is murdered by a man that is hired by the king Macbeth. Macbeth wants him and his son

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