It shows Macduff’s ambition which is to kill Macbeth who has become a tyrant. Macduff is eager to kill him with his sword so he can damn Macbeth to suffer from the ghosts of Macduff’s family. When Macduff and Macbeth finally meet, Macduff says “Then yield thee, coward, And live to be the show and gaze o' the' time. We’ll have thee, as our rarer monsters are, Painted on a pole, and underwrite, Here may you see the tyrant.”(5.8.27-32). Macduff has finally achieved his ambition and mocks Macbeth as a monster.
It reminds me of distress of all the murders that occurred just for power. Yet another death is to come. In the play Seyton tells Macbeth, “The Queen, my lord, is dead” (V.iv.19). Then come the last chorus of the song and once again, Macbeth is unfixable. At the end of the song, the song finishes with a final “Oooo.” Macduff kills Macbeth and tells everyone else, “Behold where stands Th’ usurper’s cursed head” (V.viii.65-66).
Under divine rights regicide was the worst crime possible hence, it is no coincidence that one of the most striking references to early seventeenth-century England in Macbeth appears directly after Macbeth kills Duncan. At the beginning of act two, Macbeth's porter answers the knocking at Macbeth’s gate. Whilst grousing about the persistent pounding, the porter refers the knocking as an "equivocator that could swear in both the scales against either scale" (II.3.8-10). This line is a direct reference to the book of Henry Garnet who was executed for his participation in the failed assassination. The gunpowder a symbol of burning ambition, as both forces ignite with a source of power.
Macbeth is now king and the prophecy has come true. Macbeth feels invincible and goes into battle with no armor and is willing to kill anybody that stands in front of him. Macbeth believes he can’t be killed because of the prophecy. ” thou wast born of women. But swords i smile at, weapons laugh to scorn, brandished by man that's of a woman born”.
“For brave Macbeth – well he deserves that name – disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution, like valor’s minion carved out his passage till he faced the slave; which nev’r shook hands, nor bade farewell to him, till he unseamed him from the nave to th’ chops, and fixed his head upon our battlements” (Act 1, Scene 2). His conscience in the beginning of the tragedy is clear and serene. This all ends when he decides to murder King Duncan. Macbeth starts to feel consumed with his guilty conscience, which makes him hallucinate. “Is this a dagger which I see before me, the handle toward my hand?
In this Macbeth is saying that Banquo is dead and Fleance who has fled will in time get what he deserves but he can do nothing to harm Macbeth now. With every death, Macbeth has become more and more ruthless, he hasn’t even let it set in that he just ordered the murder of another of his friends. After this, Macbeth goes to see the witches demanding information, where he decides to murder Macduff until learning that he has fled to England. The second apparition tells Macbeth that no one borne of a woman can harm him, and Macbeths courage is spiked again, before he decides to murder Macduff's entire family. This is where Macbeth is officially at his worst, killing Macduff's entire family just because he
but After Duncan is killed, in order to clear the way to become the king, Macbeth plans to kill Banquo and his son. when Lady Macbeth is dead, he is very cold, just saying: “she could have died hereafter; there would have been a time for such a word.” How comes a loving couple of the old days becomes strangers! It’s the bloodthirsty ambition that counts. From is play, Macbeth’s ambition rise up, is from witchs’ prophecy and Lady Macbeth’s push and Macbeth’s own ambition. In our real life some time have a ambition can be a bad thing, such as in the tennis season If you wants to win the game you needs to practice everyday and go to gym do all the good things, and you can’t do the Macbeth way, whitch is use the drug and maybe hit your opponent.
He murdered King Duncan to fulfill the witches’ first prophecy to become king, kills Banquo because his family was destined to become rulers over Scotland, and kills all of Macduff's family. The whole story seems to be about Macbeth and all of his efforts to get and keep the throne. Macbeth is definitely a guilty person and is shameful for his action but this is one of the main reasons that he is a fascinating character. Macbeth is described as a warrior honored by the king. Duncan called Macbeth “golden” (1:7,33).
The idea of revenge on Macbeth is first begins here and is a subject of the play till the end. The Witches meet with Macbeth again and warn him to “[b]eware the Thane of Fife” (IV.i.71-72). Macbeth becomes paranoid and believes MacDuff is a threat to his throne as well. He decides to hire the Murderers again to kill him. Instead these Murderers kill his mother and son.
This paper aims to present the factors which contributed to their moral degradation and how each person’s madness manifests. In the beginning of the play, Macbeth embodies the image of a perfectly sane man that bravely fights for his country and for his king, the latter for whom he has sworn unconditional loyalty. This gradually changes over the course of the play, as Macbeth throws away his morality and commits countless murders, both in name and in action, one of which being the murder of the very king that he swore his oath to. His descent into madness is triggered by an external force, represented by the three Weird Sisters. By telling him that he is to become Thane of