Supernatural in Macbeth
Witches, murder and ghosts are all key elements to Shakespeare's Macbeth. Although all of the supernatural does not have exactly the same role in the play, the main purposes of the supernatural are to attract the attention of the reader, to foreshadow future events and to show or manipulate the characteristics of an individual. In the play Macbeth, the supernatural occurs with the witches appearing throughout the story, the strange behavior of Macbeth after the murder of King Duncan, and the appearance of Banquo's ghost and imagination of the dagger which was floating in the air.
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