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In the play, Macbeth, Shakespeare uses contrasts of nature in various ways. He consistently shows us that Macbeth and his wife's actions go against nature.
The first lines of the play are a condensed version of the unnaturalness of things to come. 'In thunder, lightning or in rain?' ( I, i, 2). In nature, thunder, lightening and rain occur together, but Shakespeare's use of the word 'or' infers the unnatural occurrence of one without the others. 'When battles lost and won' ( I, i, 4), is also not a natural occurrence. Battles are either lost or won. Shakespeare is imply…
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