Although he takes the action that leads to his downfall, Macbeth perhaps would not have done this if the witches had not told him that he would be king in Act 1 Scene 3. This leads one to believe that it is the witches are more responsible for Macbeth's downfall than he himself is.
It indicates that people can learn to care for one another and think about the consequences of their actions. All of the Birling's were responsible for the death of Eva Smith. However it is hard to say who held the most responsibility. Birling was the first to start the downfall of Eva Smith when he sacked her, "because she asked," for decent wages.
Next was Sheila, just as Eva started to pick herself up and start her life again, Sheila Who was responsible for the downfall of the first triumvirate words - 6 pages the others. We will look at the reasons and circumstances that each of these three men played in the downfall of the triumvirate and the way their careers advanced or were halted. We will look at Caesar the popularis, Crassus the spokesperson for the people and lastly Pompey, the great military general.
In these early days of the triumvirate the alliance In J. They all killed her for their own selfish reasons and had the Inspector not come to the Birling household they would have been no wiser as to the devastating result of their rash actions. It is not the Birling family alone who are responsible for Eva's death it is a problem within society.
I will also illustrate to what extent her death can be blamed on the society she lived in. As we all know, this tragedy ends by the untimely death of Juliet and her Romeo.
But after putting down the book, a question comes to mind: who is truly at fault for the death of those two teenagers? He was there with Macbeth when the witches prophesised, and although was somewhat suspicious of him, did not speak out his thoughts and warn the king. Banquo knows who had the motive to kill Duncan, for know Macbeth will become king.
Although I think it only part of being a good king, Duncan could also be held partly responsible for his own death. After all, Macbeth had just fought incredibly bravely in a battle for him!
In my opinion, Lady Macbeth is most responsible for the death of King Duncan primarily because of the fact that she persuaded Macbeth to commit the murder. It is important that you start to build up tension from early on, and Polanski achieved this by having a raging thunderstorm going on when the king was within the castle bounds. The audience knows that Lady Macbeth and Macbeth are speaking with each other about the murder, but at that same moment, Duncan was having an enjoyable time with his guards — who were dancing.
The chamber that they were in was well lit, but outside where Lady Macbeth and Macbeth were was cold and pitch black. In order to be successful, you need to be able to create an uncertain and mysterious atmosphere. The lighting should be dark where Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are, but well lit where the king is enjoying himself.
The dagger could be hung down from the ceiling on some very fine wire to make it even more realistic. The costumes that the characters wear should suit both the time that Macbeth was written in, and what classes the people belong to. In contrast Macbeth believes that he will be king even though the prophecies are a dangerous basis for his actions.
She knows that if the night is dark then she will feel dark inside her and this will help her to perform the murderous action, this is an example of pathetic fallacy.
Lady Macbeth says that the smoke is from hell and this represents the passion and desire and her evil desire to work with Satan on this sinful deed. However is unsure as to whether he thinks it to be good or bad. Macbeth does not want to be associated with the witches however he also likes the idea of being king and is torn between right and wrong. Right and wrong continue to be blurred in his mind through the play up until Macbeth actually commits the murder of King Duncan.
Shakespeare wanted to give the effect of an unknown element and give the witches an air of chaos by uniting them with mystical elements, and adding to their unpredictable nature and so increasing the impact they have on the people watching the play. This makes her guiltier as she understands how wrong the murder is and yet still wants to continue. Why do we die, anyway. This should have been a sign to Duncan that Macbeth is a violent man, and to not grant him more power than is necessary.
She calls for the spirits to unsex her, so she may act as a man so that she may commit these acts and think ambitiously, to become more calculating and give her clarity of mind to perform such an evil act and to give her the power to pursued her honourable husband into such an act. Lady Macbeth making a detailed plan of murdering the King The audience is also led to believe that Lady Macbeth is responsible because she makes up the details of the plan to kill Duncan, while Macbeth was considering not even going through with the murder. There are many people responsible for the death of Romeo and Juliet and some of these characters are Tybalt, Capulet and Friar Lawrence.
Lady Macbeth is the personification of this phrase. All of the Birling's were responsible for the death of Eva Smith. In the play, Tybalt has a large influence on the death of Romeo and Juliet. Macbeth showed his desire to be king in numerous situations. As we all know, this tragedy ends by the untimely death of Juliet and her Romeo. Lady Macbeth making a detailed plan of murdering the King The audience is also led to believe that Lady Macbeth is responsible because she makes up the details of the plan to kill Duncan, while Macbeth was considering not even going through with the murder.
After some reflection, I have come to the conclusion that nobody is really at fault, but that everybody did a little something and that all those little somethings added up to create a big something, the death of the two protagonists Who Is Responsible For The Holocaust? In the 's there was a lot of cruelty and discrimination because of the different classes Being third in line to the throne, Macbeth knew that it would take a miracle for him to become king without having to commit murder. He helps contribute to their deaths because he kills Mercutio and Romeo in turn kills Tybalt which causes Romeo to be banished from Verona.
He helps contribute to their deaths because he kills Mercutio and Romeo in turn kills Tybalt which causes Romeo to be banished from Verona. Their argument is Claggart, also known as Jemmy Leggs, provoked Billy in to striking him, attacking an officer is a serious offense. She is very much aware of the fact that she needs to push Macbeth to kill Duncan or else he will not do it. In contrast to this Macbeth committed the crime without any doubt even though he had doubted before he was coerced to continue with the murder.
In Shakespearean times it may have been said that he was the victim of the powers of darkness such as when Lady Macbeth conjured up the powers of evil and prayed to the powers of darkness. She especially fooled Duncan with her great hospitality and thoughtfulness. The following scene is clearly an demonstration of how deceitful lady Macbeth can be. Is there something beyond death. This leads one to believe that it is the witches are more responsible for Macbeth's downfall than he himself is.
It indicates that people can learn to care for one another and think about the consequences of their actions. If he had not told Lady Macbeth I think that he would still have come to the same decision even if it did come further down the line. Hatred cease through love.
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Had she not pushed him he may have not followed through with his plans to murder the king. The bloody man told Duncan about Macbeth carving through the battlefield with his sword and unseaming Macdonwald, beheading him, and placing his head on the battlements I.