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What is magic By definition magic is the pretended or supposed art of using secret charms and spirits to make unnatural things happen Magic is also the art or skill of creating illusions especially by sleight of hand The magic that happens in Macbeth is different and also similar to the definition of Magic There are lots of magical wonders that happen in Macbeth The three main magical wonders in Macbeth are when he meets the three witches in the hill When he sees Banquos ghost in his seat and also when Lady Macbeth is very ill and at night she gets out of bed and goes to wash off a spot of blood that will not come off her hands The first magical wonder that happens in the book is when Macbeth and Banquo meet the three witches up on the hill during the battle This may not seem like that great of magic because it is not It is only magic when he is being greeted with the three titles Thane of Glamis Thane of Cawdor and King hereafter This is only magic because it is like prediction but the magical thing about it is the fact that the witches are reading the future they know what will happen to Macbeths future This magic is necessary to have in the play because it develops the most of the story when the reader is reading it or if it is being preformed It is also a psychological device used to probe Macbeths mind because after he is done talking to the witches he considers killing off Banquo This scene prones his mind into killing Banquo The second magical wonder is when the three murderers kill Banquo When Macbeths banquet is about to start and one of the murderers is at the door telling Macbeth that Banquo is dead and Fleance had escaped After Macbeth hears this news he goes back to his
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