Treatment Of Women In Macbeth

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Women are evil, or the epitome of. This has become an unsightly, though commonly used, metaphor in literature and even daily lives. In the play Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, it is stressed subtly that the nature of evil sprouts from women. This can be seen in the characters of the Weird Sisters and their Queen, Hecate, and Lady Macbeth. From the beginning, the Weird Sisters, or the Three Witches, were the seed of temptation planted inside of Macbeth. If it weren’t for them, Macbeth more than likely would never be tempted by the revelation of becoming Thane of Cawdor, only a part of what the sisters prophesied, to seek anything more. They’re manipulative creatures. Puppeteers spurred on further by their Queen, Hecate,
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