An Analysis of the primary Persona in Macbeth, a Take up by William Shakespeare
Throughout William Shakespeare's Macbeth, many character types evolve and
many disappear into the background. The primary personality, Macbeth (MB for
short), travels through utter chaos when he proclaims himself monarch.
When he first satisfies the witches of the supernatural, they simply tell him of
the future. Among the themes amplified through the entire play is the
circle of life, right from the start to the finish. The visions supplied by
the three witches start Macbeth's search for dominance. The three key
effects of this motif are: the loss of life of Macbeth's family and friends.
Second, the deaths of his mortal enemies. The last stage may be the death of
himself. The supernatural amplifies the topic of death.
From the first brief face of the witches, to the previous nightmarish
visions that Macbeth has, many good friends and family members have died
because of his visions with the supernatural. The loss of life of his wife in
Act V, Scene IV is the loss of life that transmits him over the abyss and into
mental instability. Lady