Symbolism and Themes in Macbeth

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The outcome of too much ambition was the death of Duncan. This ambition from the beginning leads to the death of Macbeth and his wife. Supernatural: Shakespeare uses the supernatural witches, ghosts, and disturbances of nature for the fascination of human nature. In Shakespeare’s day, the audiences would have taken witches very seriously, in which he meant for the witches to be evil in this tragedy...
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Macbeth seeks some knowledge of his future through the three ugly sisters, or witches. What he sees tells him to be cautious. He sees several apparitions, or visions from these ugly sisters. He also sees the ghost of Banquo, all gory and bloody, which haunts Macbeth at the banquet. Hallucinations: Throughout the play, we are reminded that things are not portrayed as they really are...
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