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I believe that William Shakespeare wrote Macbeth according to the expected outlines that a Shakespearean tragedy must have He achieved this in all aspects of the play Shakespeare also used some of the ideas from the Classical Greek Tragedy Shakespeares tragedy affected Macbeth and the people that he impacted Shakespeare used magic evil mental illness and death to convey most of his ideas The Tragedy of Macbeth is undoubtedly one of the darkest portraits of a villain that Shakespeare could have ever written The first sign of a Shakespearean tragedy is the fact that Macbeth is a noble man The second characteristic of a Shakespearean tragedy in the play is when Macbeth and Banquo are met by the witches who tell a Prophesy All hail Macbeth hail to thee Thane of Glamis Witch 1 All hail Macbeth hail to thee Thane of Cawdor Witch 2 All hail Macbeth that shall be king here after Witch 3 Act 1 Scene 3 Line 46-49 The Prophesy and Lady Macbeths very strong influence on Macbeths decisions as she seems to over power him greatly in a type of revengeful way for her not begin able to have children are the causes of Macbeths fatal flaw This occurs when he is torn between the choices to follow what is right or his wants and Lady Macbeths wants In the end his wants over power what is right and this is the start of Macbeths bloody rise to power including the murder of the Scottish king and the guilt-ridden pathology of evil deeds generating even more evil deeds The result of the murder of the king makes Macbeths position higher affecting his heavier fall The Guilt of his evil deeds is shown in Macbeths quote- Ill go no more I am afraid to think what I have done Look ont again I dare not Act 2 scene 2 line 55 The natural order is disturbed
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