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Macbeth's Narrowing World

             Macbeth, which was made in late 1606 or early 1607 by William .
             Shakespeare adds a supernatural dimension that purposively conspires against Macbeth and his kingdom. On a level of human evil, it is about Macbeth's bloody rise to power, including the murder of a Scottish king, Duncan. From the beginning of the play it is obvious that Macbeth has many things; sanity, respect, money, moral soul, freedom, friends, integrity, clean hands and most importantly, possibility's. With every passing scene his wonderful world starts to slowly decay until the end of the play where he is left with nothing and eventually gets killed.
             Shakespeare's opening scenes are always important because they determine the "dramatic flavor" of all that is to come. It should be noted that almost all of the scenes that the Macbeth's appears in take place in either a darkness or unnatural lighting. The main function of scene I tells the reader that the witch is going to meet Macbeth "Upon the heath"(Act I Sc.i. 6). The scenes to follow jump-start the plot of the play. Scene II first implants ambition into Macbeth's head well also showing Macbeth's excellent reputation in Duncan's court. He is also addressed as cousin by the trusting king "O valiant cousin!"(Act I Sc.ii. 24). Scene iii introduces the complexity's of Macbeth's character. At this point Macbeth is not at all bad even though murder does enter his mind; he dismisses it as a necessary action. Scene iv serves to reinforce Duncan's goodwill and trust of Macbeth. During this scene Macbeth also realizes in order to attain kingship he will have to do something about it. Also in this scene Macbeth commits his first act of conscious deception. In scene v we are first introduced to Lady Macbeth. She believes that her husband is too weak to carry out the necessary deed. "to full o' the milk of human kindness"(Act. I Sc.v. 16). Lady Macbeth then speaks what only her husband could think of "O, never/Shall sun that morrow see!"(Act.

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