Why Is Macbeth Unnatural

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Macbeth, commonly dated back to have being written in 1606, is one of William Shakespeare’s most celebrated plays and discusses the imbalance that its protagonist produces when he commits the act of killing the king. This imbalance does not only have effects on politics but causes chaos in nature, due to the ungodly murder. Shakespeare uses the characters of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and the three witch sisters to present the dangers of the consequences of committing acts of the unnatural.

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