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In the Bible in the book of Matthew chapter seven verse fifteen Jesus says Watch out for false prophets They come to you in sheeps clothing but inwardly they are ferocious wolves Jesus was obviously trying to explicate that a person should avoid people who appear to be average and normal but hide vicious acts of violence in their hearts In the tragic tale of Macbeth written by William Shakespeare there is a betrayal to the throne to gain higherarchy a number of murders to clear the suspicions from mens minds and the final slaying of a Scottish traitor It is a tale of a tragic hero who is Macbeth who shows the evil that can lay within a persons heart To win his own crown he kills off his own cousin King Duncan To make sure his name will live on he has his friend Banquo murdered as well but his son escapes the deadly sword He then continues to kill a family of a man who knows the truth behind him Although Macbeth committed these senseless acts of murder he did not do it lightly He was given the temptation when three spiritual women predicted the future to him and was then provoked by his wife who had the heart of a blood-hungry man Macbeth continues to struggle with his unavoidable tragic doom until one day it prevails and he is no more In this story of murder and mayhem the erie foreshadowing of events and ironic outcomes help to illustrate the conflict within the main dynamic characterThe foreshadowing of events shows that in life there will always be predictions and whether or not a person chooses to believe them can be a fatal prophesy When shall we three meet again In thunder lighting or in rain There to meet with Macbeth Fair is foul and foul is fair Hover through the fog and filthy air The three wyrd sisters or witches as
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