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MacBeth was a play written by William Shakespeare It was actually written for King James I of England who was to attend the production Because of all the immoral choices that MacBeth makes this play was considered to be a morality play MacBeths changes show what goes around comes around His character is also dynamic because he is good in the beginning and turns evil by the end Early on MacBeth treated people welland it benefited him In this quotation Ross talked about how MacBeth was fighting Point against point rebellious arm gainst arm Curbing his lavish spiritvictory fell on us This showed how well MacBeth faught for his kings sake he was loyal and he gave everything he had for Duncans cause Duncan later said to MacBethMy worthy Cawdor After saying that it was easy to tell that the king was happy to grant MacBeth the Thane of Cawdor The granting of the title had come from MacBeths loyalty hard work and true goodness to the king MacBeth later spoke about his dutiesour duties are to your throne and state children and servantsby doing everything safe toward your love and honor In this passage MacBeth again proved his layalty and goodness to the king This was a tribute of treating people well Once Duncan appointed MacBeth the Thane of Cawdor he saidFrom hence to Iverness and bind us further to you That quote showes that because MacBeth was so good to the king the king was to attend a party in MacBeths name a great honor Throughout the beginning MacBeth was a good character inside and out MacBeth listened to the evil witches and that changed him for the rest of the play After the scene where MacBeth met and spoke with the witches he spoke with Banquo and saidYour children shall be king The way he said it made it seem like he was worried about the transition of him being king
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