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Throughout William Shakespeares Macbeth many characters evolve and many disappear into the background The main character Macbeth MB for short travels through utter chaos when he proclaims himself monarch When he first meets the witches of the supernatural they tell him of the future One of the themes amplified throughout the play is the circle of life from the beginning to the end The visions provided by the three witches begin Macbeths quest for dominance The three main effects of this theme are the death of Macbeths friends and family Second the deaths of his mortal enemies The last point is the death of himself The supernatural amplifies the theme of death From the first brief encounter of the witches to the last nightmarish visions that Macbeth has many close friends and relatives have died because of his visions with the supernatural The death of his wife in Act V Scene IV is the death that sends him over the abyss and into mental instability Lady Macbeth is like a joined appendage to Macbeth They work as one communicate as one and when that appendage is lost so is MBs grip with reality Lady Macbeth was the only person he could truly confide in The supernatural also had another key factor to her death In the first act of the play she calls on the powers of the supernatural to make her strong The following quote Come you spirits that tend on mortal thoughts unsex me here and fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty make thick my blood stop up the access and passage to remorse Come to my womans breasts and take my milk for gall is possibly the most important passage that leads to Lady Macbeths death She calls on the evil
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