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Macbeth Sybolism

Witchcraft is one of the main aspects of the of the play, Macbeth. To reveal this, forshadowing is used in the first part of the play. The three witches were predicting the fate of Macbeth's and Banquo's furtures. In addition predicting whether or not that Macbeth would be king, and that Banquo's sons may play a part in the vision. Macbeth would be a fool to believe these wretched hags, they were only pretending to lead him on.It is hard to believe that Macbeth actually believed the witches in their predictions. In the middle of the play he felt like all of their predictions had come true. Then the witches predicted the Banquo's son, Fleance, could become king. Macbeth had to take action, because he was destin to be king. Ambitious power and reaching the throne is more important to Macbeth than a friendship.The eight kings, which are the future kings of Banquo's sons, represent how quickly death can come to one who is at the throne. Some lived briefly, such as King Duncan, who was murdered by Macbeth. Macbeth was undoubtly obsessed with becoming king, and with this obsession, he took King Duncan's life. Lady Macbeth was just concerned for her husbands success, so she assisted Macbeth in the murder of King Duncan. She took care of every detail in the king's murder, but every detail drove her mad until she took her own life.Macbeth holding the dagger reveals how brave, ambitious, and determined he was. He had to be the next to the throne, so he had to prevent any future kings from getting in his way. This gave him reason to kill his best friend, Banquo, which filled him with guilt and remorse for this action. He took on all of what was infront of him, and seems strong as a king. Then he proves he is human by having a breaking point, at the sight of Banquo's ghost. The skeletons behind the three witches show how all their predictions brought death. It all most appears as if death is lurking around the three witches, it ...

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