In England Macduff is trying to get Malcolm to come back and get his spot back as King. They agree to wage war against Macbeth. The witches tell him that any man born a woman cannot kill him. Act V: Lady Macbeth has gone crazy. She kills herself.
Then road home to his wife and told her what happened. Lady Macbeth heard the story and desires the crown for him and wants to kill Duncan in order for him to be crown King. So late at night, she persuades him on killing the king and she drugs the chamberlin so they'll knock out. ( having someone to blame on the kings death) While Duncans asleep, Macbeht goes in for the kill despite his hallucination with a bloody dagger and supernatural effects. After Duncan's death has ben found out, he killed the two chamberlins for their "crime" and gets the kingship.
To make this dream into a reality, she begins to plot the current king’s demise, and persuades her husband to take part in it. The two invite King Duncan and his first-born son to their castle, and attempt to murder both of them. The king perishes, but his son flees to England, leaving Macbeth to take the throne. In the following turn of events, Macbeth maintains his power of the throne through the murder of any individuals that the three witches foresee to be of any danger to him. Lady Macbeth commits suicide from the guilt of persuading her husband to murder the king, and Macbeth himself eventually perishes at the hands of Macduff, a man whose family had fallen victim to murderers after he had fled to England.
Although, Macbeth takes the dagger and kills King Duncan, Lady Macbeth was the one who planned to kill him that night and frame his guards. I believe that Lady Macbeth played a huge part in the murder of King Duncan. Macbeth was ambitious about becoming King, yet, at moments he felt uneasy about the idea of murdering Duncan. Lady Macbeth convinced him otherwise challenging his manhood and planning the murder to the finer details. Lady Macbeth went to great measures to make sure Duncan was killed; she even called upon the evil spirits to aid her.
The first step was to kill King Duncan, who was the current King of Scotland. After he did this, the next step was to make sure that he wouldn’t get caught. Duncan’s guards had to be framed for this to happen, and later on in some emotional rage, Macbeth kills the guards. The witches’ prophecy coming true so fast led to Banquo, Macbeth’s good friend getting suspicious. Macbeth’s greedy emotions to achieve everything without letting anything get in the way would not let this happen.
One of the victims’ husbands (Macduff) finds out about the murders of his wife, and children; he is encouraged to take the news and handle it in a manly way. Macduff decide he is going to seek revenge against Macbeth. Macduff meets up with Macbeth and reveals some information about he was born through a C-Section. Macbeth then gives up on fighting Macduff, and realizes it is his destiny to die in the hands of him. Macbeth is then killed, and his head is put onto a pole, and then presented to Malcolm; who becomes the king of Scotland.
In William Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth, both the protagonist, Macbeth, and his wife, Lady Macbeth, had an ambition for power that superseded morals and ethics. For example, Lady Macbeth, upon hearing of the arrival of King Duncan to her household, designed a plan to assassinate King Duncan; if he is killed, Macbeth will become king and she will become queen. Both are willing to carry out the procedure in order to fulfill their goals and also, ignoring the law and the loss of human life. In addition, in order to sustain his reign, Macbeth eliminated any other threats; he killed his own friend(Banquo). His authority drove him mad; he started to kill the innocent like the family of Macduff for no reason.
As the play goes on, Macbeth begins to care less and less about who he kills and just starts killing all of the Thanes around him because he thinks that they are going to kill him. His life starts to fall apart and he goes to see the three witches for a second time. Macbeth even turns on his best friend, Banquo because he remembers the witches saying that Banquo’s children will someday hold the Scottish throne “Then prophet-like they hail’d him father to a line of Kings: Upon my head they placed a fruitless crown” (Macbeth Act 3 63-65). This proves that Macbeth no longer cares about the people who have been his friends and trusted allies for many years. All he now cares about is
The only reason Banquo is murdered is because Macbeth becomes paranoid after the witches prediction. Finally, the witches are responsible for the death of Macduff’s family. When Macbeth goes to see the witches to get more information the witches show him three apparitions one of witch tells Macbeth to watch out for Macduff. After hearing this Macbeth decides that he needs to send a message to Macduff and the way Macbeth does it is by killing Macduff’s family. Macduff’s family most likely would not have been murdered if the withes had not told Macbeth to fear
This means Macbeth had no other reason for killing Duncan other than wanting to. At this point in the play, Macbeth’s desire for power begins to affect the way he acts and the choices he makes. Next in line for the throne after Duncan’s death would’ve been one of his sons, Malcolm, but he fled with his brother Donalbain after their father’s death. However, the witches prophesized that Banquo would produce a line of kings, so Macbeth hired a group of murderers to kill Banquo and his son, Fleance. Macbeth would not let anyone get