Macbeth - Supernatural Forces Cause The Fall Of Man In Macbe

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October 11, 2013

 

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This theme becomes recurring throughout the play. It can be noted that the witches meet after every battle is lost and won, and every battle, whether man against man, man against nature or man against himself it will always be lost by one side and won by another. Eventually Macbeth will lose the battle for his soul...
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Literary critic, Charles Lamb quotes, "When we read the incannot ations of the Witches in Macbeth, though some of the ingredients of their hellish composition savour of the grotesque, yet is the effect upon us other than the most serious and appalling that can be imagined? Do we not feel spell-bound as Macbeth was?" (Lamb)...
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