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Macbeth is a famous and bloodiest tragedy by William Shakespeare in which he highlights the theme of Revenge The witches introduce the theme when they meet to plot the demise of the sailor whose wife refuse to share the chest nuts Act1 Scene3 lines7-8 Aroint thee witch the rump-fed ronyon cries Her husbands to Aleepo gone master of the Tiger Shakespeare uses plot characterisation and positioning to portray the theme Revenge is promoted by the witches and then Macbeth creates the forum for revenge through his murderous actions as the play progresses towards the final battleThe Poisonous passion of revenge is a powerful component of plot At the beginning of the play the weird sisters greet Macbeth and sets the plot of revenge by the sense of corresponding to their role as the three fates Act-1 scene-3 All hail Macbeth hail to thee Thane of Glamis All hail Macbeth hail to thee Thane of Cawdor All hail Macbeth that shall be king hereafter when Macbeth here this he sets out on a murderers paths to full fill his desire for the kingship The acts of murderer and betrayal which he performs bring about the terrible revenge he suffers Banquo one of Macbeths best mates begs Fleance to avenge his murder Another former friend Macduff seeks revenge for the killing his son and wife Act-5 Scene-8 Line-8 I have no words My voice is in my sword thou bloodier villain than terms can give thee out by this Macduff finally delivers the final blow which ends Macbeths rampage The characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are deeply entwined in the progress of the plotShakespeare has created characters to demonstrate the power of revenge to destroy and ruin lives Lady Macbeth manipulate Macbeth to kill the king and that begins the cycle of revenge Act 1scene 7 line 54 When you durst do it then you were a man and to be more than what you are
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