Morality And Morality In Macbeth - Words | Internet Public Library
It is seen throughout the novel how Macbeth changes as a man into a more ruthless form of himself because of actions he takes. In the beginning of the play he is solely seen as a war hero, but progressively grows more hated as more people realize what a man he has become. Macbeth continues to become. The ethical laws. Stedman presents her thoughts on this concept in the novel The Light Between Oceans, set in the s, where a young couple find and care for a stranded baby.
After the murder of Duncan, there was a lot of noise and commotion to notify the kingdom. Here, Macduff says that the information he was about to share would frighten her because he believed she was fragile just because she was a woman. Little did he know, that she was the one behind the murder. Persuading someone into murdering the king is no doubt about it, that it is a big tragedy.
Macbeth is at first a man with a clear conscience until he is corrupted by his wife. Lady Macbeth is hungry for power so she presses Macbeth to kill Duncan as quickly as possible. The visions Macbeth sees before entering Duncan's chamber dwell entirely on the circumstances of horror and fear. Macbeth knows concisously that killing Duncan is wrong.