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Macbeth: Ambition, Jealously, & Fate

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on 29 October 2014

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Transcript of Macbeth: Ambition, Jealously, & Fate

Macbeth: Ambition, Jealously, & Fate
By: Joe Smith

Ambition
Jealousy
Fate
The Witches Ambition
When the hurlyburly's done, When the battle's lost and won - the Witches where talking to each other after the Battle with Macbeth and Banquo.
The Witches
ambition
to tell Macbeth that he was going to become king.
But also the Three Witches told Banquo that his sons will become king but Banquo ignored the withces but Macbeth didn't

Lady Macbeths Ambition
Only look up clear. To alter favor ever is to fear. Leave all the rest to me.
Lady Macbeth heard that Macbeth was going to be king so when Macbeth got home Lady Macbeth went to talk to him about the problem and Macbeth told his wife that he could not kill anyone and when Lady Macbeth was alone she asked the spirits to unsex her so she could kill.
Macbeth jealousy towards Banquo
Macbeth and Banquo were the best of friends, they fought in battles together but when the Three Witches told Macbeth his prophecy about him becoming king, thats when the Three Witches told Banquo that his sons will become king but Banqou did not listen to them and Macbeth overheard Banquo's prophecy he thought Banquo was a threat and Macbeth killed Banquo.
The Three Witches jealously over the power Witch Hecate
Hecate was the powerful leader of all the Witches but the other Three Witches told Macbeth his prophecy I think because the jealously of Hecate being more powerful than them but when Hecate found out what happend the Three Witches had to try to trick Macbeth before it went to far.
Macbeth jealousy with MacDuff
Macbeth was promised to be king but MacDuff was watching Macbeth and he knew something was happening when Banquo, the king, and sent murders to try to kill him. So MacDuff and Macbeth start fighting and MaDuff told Macbeth that he was born of a women.
Lady Macbeth Fate
Lady Macbeth fate was very difficult because at first she wanted become Queen and kill the king but later on in the story Macbeth really had a change of heart and didn't want Macbeth to kill Banquo because she was feeling guilty for all the stuff that happened and started sleep walking and confessing everything that happened in her sleep and a made heard her but could not prove that she really did it but Lady Macbeth end up killing herself by feelign guilty.
Macbeths Fate
To me Macbeths fate was planned out for him because the Three Witches told him his prophecy and he tried to take control and killed people that was in his way but MacDuff. MacDuff was the only person that was going to go kill Macbeth because he was no born of a women and all the trouble Macbeth made his fate end up getting killed in the end.
Macbeth's Ambition
Macbeth ambition wasn't really bordering him until his wife kept telling him to kill the king and then Macbeth said fine I'll kill the king to absorb this power and once Macbeth killed once he kept killing and killing that he could not stop killing.
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