Words Are The True Knife In The Murder Analysis

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Words Are The True Knife In The Murder Manipulative people do not grasp the concept of boundaries. They are rigorous in their actions, making their pursuit of what they want. They have no regard of how they are conceiving and corrupting the people around them. “Fair is foul, Foul is fair” sets off the play Macbeth with an eerie tone. Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth and his wife, Lady Macbeth want to become royalty which means to murder the king. Afterwards, they want everyone else eliminated from their picture perfect life creating a disturbance in the monarchy system. Manipulation is a vast motive of how everyone has put others under neath their spells. Macbeth is not a victim of fate rather he is the victim of what others have done since the…show more content…
Following the witches speech, thoughts begin to emerge in Macbeth mind about killing King Duncan to become the king. This desire that Macbeth has to become king overloads him and his wife Lady Macbeth. It was amazing to see Macbeth transform from a loyal soldier to a murderer with blood staining his hands. However, Macbeth wasn’t convinced to assassinate King Duncan and the witches knew it. They decided to come again to Macbeth and poison his thought with more falsehood. The second time they come to speak to Macbeth again explaining his future and downfall. With magic, they create apparition which speak of his downfall and murder. “Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff. Beware the thane of Fife. Dismiss me. Enough.” (Act 4 Scene 1, Line 74-75) This first apparition tells Macbeth to beware Macduff, who will eventually lead the people against Macbeth and then defect him. This leads Macbeth into killing Macduff’s family leaving MacDuff enraged with Macbeth who ends up killing him in the end. The three witches are sickening beast trapping and luring Macbeth into destruction by poisoning his thoughts with

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