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Soliloquies in Shakespeares Macbeth Even though people in retributive justice feel satisfaction the perpetrator can also suffer William Shakespeares powerful Macbeth shows the deterioration of an honourable and respectable general Macbeth who becomes a tragic hero after temptations from the witches and his wife to perform murders Macbeth soliloquies enable the audience to experience the conflict within Macbeth and thus gain an understanding of the reasons for his behavior and decisions As a result the tremendous reversal of Macbeths fortunes in the end leaves the audience filled not with pity but also awe at the realization that people can suffer greatly Macbeths soliloquies before the murder of Duncan shows the vigorous internal struggle of himself as his conscience is fighting against his evil minds Also they shows Macbeth has brought his own downfall upon himself The audience will then feel pity about Macbeths deterioration brought by himself when witnessing his choice of following the evil Macbeth is a courageous and honourable general in Scotland His success in the battle against the invaders of Scotland gains respect from the King Duncan and his fellow soldiers However the demonic forces symbolized by three witches temptates Macbeth The witches hail Macbeth as the Thane of Glamis and Cawdor who will be king and hail Banquo who is a nobleman of Scotland and Macbeths friend as one who will become the father of a line of kings Macbeth ambition deep in his heart starts growing at that time In Act I scene iii when Macbeth is thinking about the fulfillment of the two prophecies given by the witches before My thought whose murder yet is but fantastical shakes my single state of manI iii 139- 140 In this soliloquy Macbeth reflects his idea about the two truths told by the witches He is ambitious to become king as he reacts nervously when the witches mention his fate The very idea
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