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In the story MacBeth many things change throughout the story The settings clothing and weather are just some of the noticeable changes that the reader sees during the story One of the most noticeable changes that the reader sees as the story goes along is the change in the characters actions opinions and attitudes The characters change due to what has happened around them and what has been said to them MacBeth changes in his actions and his attitude throughout the story In the beginning of the play MacBeth is content with his status He is the Thane of Glames He has a great reputation among his peers and his followers He has many friends including a good friend named Banquo He is a loyal subject to the King and he would do nothing to displease him The King actually holds MacBeth with high regard as he is about to proclaim him the Thane of Cawdor He would fight and die for the King He is happily married to his wife Lady MacBeth who is sane at the time and they live their lives simply and happily As MacBeth and his good friend Banquo are returning from a battle which they have won they come across three witches The witches tell MacBeth and Banquo about their destinies MacBeths destiny is to become the Thane of Cawdor and later become the King Banquos fate is to have his sons become Kings This is where MacBeth becomes corrupted by his own ambition The witches prophecies make MacBeth wonder about the future He thinks about what it would be like to be King but he does not plan to take any action on it Banquo on the other hand realizes that the witches prophecies must be hiding a trick but MacBeth is ignorant and refuses to accept that Banquo decides not to try change fate and he lets nature take its course MacBeth and his partner in
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