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MacBeth

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Transcript of MacBeth

Superstition affects Human Behavior

By Alaysha Lambert

Quote One
One time the witches affected MacBeth
is when he first met them. He was on his way to see the king but he thought he was being talked to by evil spirits. He was scared but still listened to what was said .

MacBeth: "Speak, if you can. What are you.
First Witch: "All hail, MacBeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Glamis!
Second Witch: "All hail MacBeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor!
Third Witch: All hail MacBeth, thalt shalt be king hereafter.
(Pg.219 , Line 47)


Quote 2
Superstition affects Lady MacBeth. MacBeth begins feeling like the prophecies that was told to him might come true. Once Lady Macbeth heard about the prophecy she begins longing for the position as queen. Lady MacBeth then forces MacBeth to kill Duncan so he can be King sooner.

Lady MacBeth: "When you durst do it, then you were a man; And to be more the man."
(Pg. 229, Line 49-51)
Quote 3
Lady MacBeth ends up drugging the King Duncan's guards so that MacBeth can kill King Duncan in his sleep. After he gets away with the murder, he begins to really believe the prophecy is real. Then he hires 3 murders to kill Banquo to prevent Banquo's sons from being Kings like the prophecy said. Once MacBeth becomes King, he begins feeling guilty and sees the ghost of Banquo sitting in his chair.

MacBeth[to the Ghost]. Avaunt, and quit my sight! Let the earth hide the. Thy bones are marrowless; thy blood is cold; Thou has no speculation in those eyes
Which thou dost glare with.
(Pg. 255, Line 91-96)
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