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Macbeth The Increase of Evil Power As one of the greatest writers though now deceased Shakespeares talent stays a favorite His best tragic piece Macbeth captures the absence of fidelity Macbeth a turbid man experiences two hallucinations as a result of his wicked ambition The dagger in Act I scene i leads Macbeth to fortitude as Banquos ghost in Act iii scene iv makes his perception quiver While planning to kill Duncan King of Scotland Macbeth became very nervous Before his sinful act a dagger appeared floating in the air while he was waiting for the sound of the death bell To feeling as to sight or art though but A dagger of the mind a false creation II i 38-39 Soon after the daggers appearance the bell rings and Macbeth brutally kills Duncan Macbeths second hallucination appears in Act III scene iv at a banquet after he kills his best friend Macbeth became King of Scotland after Duncans death because he was highest of Thanes In an attempt to keep his title Macbeth hires two murderers to destroy Banquo At the banquet the ghost of Banquo appears takes a kind seat in Macbeths chair and tries to blame Macbeth for his cadaver appearance Thou canst not say I did it Never shake Thy gory locks at me III iv 51-52 Macbeth deceived the King and his best friend He cannot turn back for he has done too much evil In Act I Macbeth is presented with three prophecies All hail Macbeth Hail to thee Thane of Glamis All hail Macbeth Hail to thee Thane of Cawdor All hail Macbeth that shalt be King hereafter I iii 48-50 After two prophecies come true Macbeth decides to turn on his King and kill him in hope to claim the throne After Duncan is dead Macbeth is announced King The third prophecy came true He is already named and gone to Scone to be
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