Mac Beth's Decent Into Hell. Speaks Of Shakespeare's "Mac Beeth"

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Macbeth is a play by William Shakespeare. Macbeth is a man who commits a series ofcrimes because of persuation from his wife that will benefit mostly himself but also LadyMacbeth. The play watches Macbeth as he decents into hell it also shows the conscious mind ofa murderer and how murder affects peoples minds.At the beginning of the play Macbeth is a well respected warrior by everybody.Macbeth is the thane of Glamis at the beginning of the play. Macbeth met the three witches onthe way home from a battle and they tell him that he will become thane of Cawdor andeventually king and with Macbeth being superstitous he believes the witches. When he getshome the king names him thane of Cawdor and after he tells his wife about the witchespredictions she persuades him to kill Duncan and blame it on the guards. After they discover thatDuncan has been murdered his two sons split up so they wouldn't be killed. Then Macbethbecomes king.Later in the play Macbeth gets worried about Banquo because he thinks that Banquomight figure out what Macbeth is doing and get Macbeth murdered for treason so Macbeth hiresthree hitmen to kill Banquo which they did successfully also at the same time the third assassinkilled the other two assassin's.Macbeth's conscience then got the best of him because he saw the 'ghost' of Banquo. Itwasn't really a ghost because everyone can see ghosts and Macbeth was the only one who reallysaw Banquo. This shows that his mind was playing tricks on him because he felt guilty. To me hisfeeling guilty showed that he still cared a little for those he loved but then...

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