Evolution Of A Man Essay

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Evolution is a slow, tedious process that has been going on for thousands of years. Evolution can happen in places such as the world itself, in plants and animals, and of coarse in the human being. In a specific case of evolution a man named Macbeth went through some drastic, life changing events that caused him to evolve into a different person. Macbeth evolved from being a moral man who was very hesitant to murder his cousin to a reckless murderer who would kill anyone who crossed his path. Macbeth had a terrible hunger for power, a ongoing paranoia, and the idea that he had gone too far with his murders that he could never turn back, all these factors contribute to Macbeth’ s slow evolution to an out of control murderer.

Macbeth was a man who strived for mainly one thing in life, power. Macbeth began his struggle for power when he was approached by three witches who prophesized that Macbeth would slowly come into power and eventually become king. Because of these prophesies Macbeth was instilled with a strong confidence which leads him to doing anything to gain power, even kill his own cousin. After the king died Macbeth was dubbed king, yet this did not stop him from killing people and resorting to savage acts of violence. Macbeth wants so desperately to remain king that he begins to kill anyone and anyone who may pose as a possible threat to his reign. Macbeth became so blinded with his power that he ended up killing innocent people without the slightest though of regret.

After Macbeth killed his cousin Duncan he became overwhelmed with guilt and paranoia....

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