AP Lang Lit
Final Rough Draft
In the Misfortune of Macbeth written by William Shakespeare, Shakespeare uses the character of Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, to portray the progression of corrupt attributes of human being greed and ambition; such as his desire for electrical power, to be Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth has already been a Thane, but when the Witches show him and Banquo of a promising prophecy that unveiled him becoming Thane and King of Cawdor, Macbeth soon is catagorized into human being folly. Macbeth shows several guilt in Act II, Scene I where Macbeth demonstrates conspiratorial desires. " Is this a dagger that we see prior to me, The handle toward my hand? Arrive, let me clutch thee: --" this describes Macbeth contemplating murder wonderful inner challenge between him self and his thirst for electric power. This research also shows that Macbeth did for one level have a feeling of humanity. His contemplation shows this assertion. Later inside the play, William shakespeare depicts Macbeth incrementing in greed, " For them the gracious Duncan have We murder'd;... To create them kings, the seeds of Banquo kings! Instead of so , arrive fate into the list. " here it can be implied that Macbeth would like more power, and won't visit anything to acquire what he wants, even if it means to kill Banquo so that he won't be capable to become king either. " The seeds of BanquoвЂќ is a metaphor revealed in the witches prophecy, are the Banquo children assured to be kings. But because Macbeth will not take whatever less than the crown, he implies that not Banquo's children will see the afternoon of royalty. In Take action V, Landscape v, after everything: getting rid of Duncan, Banquo and the death of his wife generally known as Lady Macbeth, Lord Macbeth has approved his cruel nature. " Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow" can be repetition and has nearly a wistful tone, which will demonstrates a loss of purpose. In this excerpt, Shakespeare provides Macbeth a feeling of bitterness due to all of his consequences when he uses terms like,...