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Supernatural effect in macbeth In the play Macbeth there were many interesting sections whichcould be concentrated on due to the suspense and the involvement of thesupernatural The use of the supernatural in the witches the visions theghost and the apparitions is a key element in making the concept of theplay work and in making the play interesting Looking through each Act andScene of the play it is noticed that the supernatural is definitely amajor factor on the plays style The use of the supernatural occurs at the beginning of the play withthree witches predicting the fate of Macbeth This gives the audience aclue to what the future holds for Macbeth When the battles lost and wonAct I Scene I l4 was said by the second witch It says that everybattle is lost by one side and won by another Macbeths fate is that hewill win the battle but will lose his time of victory for the battle ofhis soul After the prophecies of the witches revealed the fate of Macbeth theplan in which to gain power of the throne is brought up The only way togain power of the throne was for Macbeth to work his way to the throne orto murder King Duncan Murdering the king was an easier plan since themotivation in his dreams urged him on Lady Macbeth also relied on thesupernatural by her soliloquy of calling upon the evil spirits to give herthe power to plot the murder of Duncan without any remorse or conscienceAct I Scene V ll42-57 The three sisters are capable of leadingpeople into danger resulting in death such as the sailor who never sleptAct I Scene III ll1-37 Lady Macbeth has convinced her husband Macbeth to murder King Duncan On the night they planned to kill Duncan Macbeth is waiting for LadyMacbeth to ring the signal bell to go up the stairs to Duncans chamber Hesees the vision
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