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MACBETH ESSAY In life everyone has goals that they hope to attain and there are many ways that one can achieve these goals To achieve what you desire you can either wait for time to take its toll or take matters into your own hands and do what you have to do in order to fulfill your desires You can attain your goal as long as you have ambition In Shakespeares Macbeth Macbeth and Lady Macbeth had the goal of Macbeth becoming king to obtain this they took matters into hands and killed Duncan In order for somebody to commit such a heinous act as murder the conspirators must be ruthless and this is what Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were ruthless Lady Macbeths is more ruthless than her spouse and her ruthlessness is what fueled Duncans murder However some may claim that this is not so and that Macbeth is more ruthless than his wife Present fears are less than horrible imaginings My thought whose murder is yet but fantastical shakes so that my single state of man that function is smoldered I surmise and nothing is but what is not Macbeth as you can see is thinking about the witches prophecy of him becoming king Macbeth knows that Duncan must be killed if he wants to acquire the throne and the thought of Duncans murder is very disturbing to him Macbeth desires to become king but his ambition is halted when he thinks of the consequences that follow if he were to get his wish However when Malcolm is chosen to become Prince of Cumberland Macbeth knew that if he did not take any actions then he wouldnt be king The reader can see that the ruthlessness that lied in Macbeth is coming out when he says The Prince of Cumberland that is a step On which I must fall down or else oerleap For in my way it lies Despite the fact that
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