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Someone had once said Human nature is a mixture of the sham and the true of kindness and cruelty of meanness and generosity - of good and evil In the play Macbeth this quote is perfectly portrayed in the main characters actions their struggles conflicts and how they progress in the play The quote tells the readers that human nature is the embodiment of good and evil Humans are full of lies yet they are truthful humans are kind yet they are cruel humans can be mean and they can be generous - they can be good and evil Macbeth is true to himself when he fights for the King out of loyalty disdaining fortune and he is again true to himself yet he is also going against what he stands for when he kills the King in order to obtain the crown We earn that he was also easily swayed by what others said such as the three witches when they tell him of the prophecy Later on it is Lady Macbeth who convinces him to do what she wants by manipulating him into killing the King for her whilst hes having second thoughts The play of Macbeth by William Shakespeare embodies the very nature of good and evil As established in the introduction the quote basically means that a person may change from good to evil and even then they may become an embodiment of both Towards the end of Act 2 Scene 1 we learn that Macbeth is already guilt-ridden by his decision of killing Duncan Is this a dagger which I see before me the handle toward my hand Comeyet I see thee still Act 2 Scene 1 Lines 44-47 However Macbeth has already decided that he will kill the king so right there we see how Macbeth is being untrue to himself He doesnt want to kill the King yet hes going to commit the act This is how Shakespeare
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