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Macbeth Commentary In the play Macbeth written by William Shakespeare the author makes the current of events work out together to make the play a tragedy From the beginning of the play we know that Macbeth is a great warrior when he is at battle Macbeth is good at what he does He can kill men with ease be he is also a great philosophical man In Act I scene iii after Macbeth had just gotten through slaying soldiers he looks around and says to himself so foul and fair a day I have not seen He is covered in blood and guts from the soldiers that he had just killed and sees the beauty in the world In act I scene iii Macbeth finds himself contemplating why he should kill king Duncan in his soliloquy that he says to himself His wife leaves the room after they had just finished having a discussion with his wife weather or not to murder Duncan and he is there in his house in solitude while his mind goes into a state of paranoia Macbeth knows that he has to go through with the murder now because his ambition to do the evil task is great but he knows that this will be his destruction Vaulting ambition which oerleaps itself and falls on the other he cannot get away from it he has to do what he has to do In act I scene iii Macbeth speaks to himself about his plotting of the murder He is having second thoughts There is a metaphor that Macbeth says to himself If it were done when tis done then twere well it were done quickly Macbeth wants to go through with killing Duncan because he is not satisfied anymore with just being the Thane of Cawdor thanks to his wife The discussion that Macbeth and his wife had before his soliloquy made Macbeth more empathetic Macbeth did not
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