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Discuss the nature and significance of the supernatural in "Macbeth."
The use of the supernatural is very evident in the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare. As readers, we are introduced to the world of the supernatural (which was widely believed to exist in Shakespeare's time) in a number of ways. The witches show Macbeth his fate and awaken his ambition, which leads to his ultimate demise. They act like dark thoughts and temptations in the play, which in turn stems from their supernatural powers, to morally confuse and provide the impetus characters for Macbeth. As a result, they indirectly lead him to his hallucinations of the dagger and Banquo's ghost…
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