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In the Shakespearean play MacBeth A Scottish nobleman starts off by killing one man to become king but in the end has left a whole path of destruction behind him MacBeth is the main character who alongside his wife Lady MacBeth kills just to become king Then kills again just so he can keep the throne and once he becomes suspicious of another person he kills them So I will try to show the advancement of MacBeths aggression At first MacBeth is rather nervous to commit the first murder and Lady M isnt affected but after that MacBeth begins to have no remorse In the first 2 acts of the play MacBeth Lady M keeps on urging MacBeth to kill Duncan The king So I will compare and contrast the beginning attitudes of MacBeth and L MacBeth and as the story goes on In 13 of MacBeth MacBeth and Banquo meet the Weird Sisters and they greet MacBeth Thane of Glamis Thane of Cawdor and King hereafter This is the beginning of the demise of MacBeths sanity As the story goes on and MacBeth is at Duncans castle 14 Duncan names his son Malcolm the new Prince of Cumberland meaning he shall be king MacBeth then says The Prince of Cumberland That is a step on which I must fall down or else oerleap For in my way it lies Stars Hide your fires Let not light see my black and deep desires I think this is when he gets the first ideas of murder into his head But when he goes home and tells L MacBeth that Duncan is coming to stay for the night she says O never that sun shall morrow see15 She is getting the same ideas of MacBeth of killing Duncan but MacBeth begins to think it is a bad idea And MacBeth even says 17 We shall proceed no further in this business But L MacBeth seems to want
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