Shakespeare's tragedy, "Macbeth", exemplifies those with good intentions can still be overcome by their own greed and lust for dominance. Macbeth's transition from the noble warrior to the power-driven ruler and Lady Macbeth's mental incapacity for her evil deeds driving her to suicide shows that even normal-folk when deprived of their humanity can perform acts of great horror.
In the early stages of the play, Macbeth is depicted as a noble man, a hero for Scotland, victorious and loyal to his king. However, on his first acquaintance with the witches, they reveal his prophecy, in which he…
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