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Macbeth The devil himself could not pronounce atitleMore hateful V710-12 Macbeth is the Shakespearean tragedy that is known for its evil and morbid content The tragic hero of the play Macbeth is proven to be an evil man His evil actions however are influenced by temptation and the supernatural which result in him a feeling of guilt and agony The evil actions of treason and murder which Macbeth commmits are morally inexusable Macbeths evil rampage begins with Duncan the king of Scotland Macbeth murders Duncan to fulfill his thriving ambition to become the king of Scotland At this time Macbeth commits the two worst crimes and sins known to man treason and pre-meditated murder Similarly Macbeths evil is further highlighted with his morbid murder of his loyal best friend Banquo Macbeth hires people to murder Banquo and his son Fleance jus tbecause Banquo was mentioned in the witches prophesies Macbeth feels no agony or has no second thoughts about murdering a man who has been very close to him his entire life To top Macbeths evil he does the most horrid act of murder when he kills Macduffs family and workers Lady Macduff her workers and her children pose no threat to Macbeth yet her orders the slaugher just for the purpose of hurting Macduff These acts of treason and pre-meditated murder are wicked and unjustifiable Having Macbethdo all these proves him to be immoral and even evil Moreover Macbeths evil crimes allow him to realize what morbid actions hes causing He doesnt however try to fight his evil and put an end to it Before his murder of Lady Macduff he states I am in bloodSteppd in so far that should I wade no moreReturning were as tedious as go oer III4167-169 He simiply states that he is so immersed in evil that there is no point in going back At this point in the play Macbeth has
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