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Macbeths Blind Ambition In the play Macbeth the three witches present the prophasies and apparitions to Macbeth and Banquo The apparitions and prophasies convert Macbeths role from good to evil they play on Macbeths hamartea of ambition and they also confuse Macbeth First of all Macbeths role from good to evil is converted by the three prophasies of the three witches The three prophasies are Macbeth is the Thane of Glamis Thane of Cawdor and Macbeth soon to be king of Scotland When Macbeth was presented with these three prophasies another Thane named Banquo is at his side Banquo asks if they would have any prophasies for him The three witches replied Banquo is lesser and greater than Macbeth Banquo is not really happy but a lot happier and Banquo would get kings but he will not become one Macbeth informed his wife of his prophasies Macbeth and his lady saw that he is already the Thane of Glamis For defeating and killing Macdawnold who is a thane a traitor to Scotland Macbeth has just been named Thane of Cawdor and he is viewed as the fiercest fighter in Scotland The idea of being the next king of Scotland played on Lady Macbeths ambition She unsexes herself and becomes evil They come up with a plan to kill the present king of Scotland King Duncan Macbeth had just killed a traitor who rebelled against the king and now he is planning to kill the king The death of the king is blamed on the kings guards so Macbeth kills them to save his own behind What a traitor he deserves to be slained and he should be beheaded Secondly Macbeths hamartea of ambition blinds him from seeing where he lye as the new King of Scotland Instead Macbeth remembers the third and last prophase of Banquo It was that Banquo would not be king but he shall be the father of
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