Ambition and Individualism In Macbeth

Ambition and Individualism In Macbeth
In the tragedy Macbeth by William Shakespeare it gives the most complete characterization of the individualist, as a person, consciously and consistently puts the fact that expresses its own interests above the interests of surrounding people. Macbeth covered ambitious passion, in a hurry to release their intelligence from moral principles and personal rules, considering them a nuisance, empty prejudices. But no matter how free the main character of prejudice, it still plagued by remorse, it scares the bloody shadow of the murdered Banquo.But Macbeth continued to move forward, it is not thinking about the retreat, the hero of all the forces trying to silence a hostile his voice so as not to weaken our will. External conditions provoke Macbeth?s ambition, promote moral regeneration and temporary triumph. In the seventh stage of the first act, at the end of the soliloquy Macbeth says that he does not feel other motivation to act, but ambition, hich, as he understands destined to destroy itself.
So he declares Lady Macbeth: ?We will proced no further in this business?? But Lady Macbeth protects the individualistic point of view according to which Macbeth is entitled and even obliged to act in accordance with desires and swept aside all obstacles that hinder their execution. And she manages to convince her husband. In the end, she recalls Macbeth on oath given by him to kill Duncan. Asking only one
practical question: ?If we should fail??- Macbeth is no longer thinks.
The murder of Duncan gives rise to struggle in the Macbeth?s soul between the two opposite sides of man: the one according to which man
individualist who defends in the first place their own interests, and
to that person ? especially a member of society, must serve interests of compatriots. The struggle is terrible vision
that enslave Macbeth.
This struggle creates and
agonizing repentance, which finds its most direct expression in the words:
?Methought I heard a voice cry ?Sleep no more!
Macbeth does murder sleep?-?
Shakespeare puts into the mouth of Macbeth?s words express the essence of
internal conflict of the hero:
?We still have judgement here; that we put teach
Bloody instructions, which being taught return "
Committed the murder, Macbeth deprived himself of rest ? murdered sleep, - "the innocent sleep,
Sleep that knits up the ravell?d sleave of care,
The death of each day?s life, sore labour?s bath,
Balm of hurt minds, great nature?s second course,
Chief nourisher in life?s feast."
Macbeth killing Duncan, acting in accordance with certain point of view that it makes it
atrocity, as if obeying a sense of duty. It seems that Macbeth in the scene of the killing effect, not only because of the desire for the crown,much in line with full confidence that he is obliged to follow their desires.
After the murder of Duncan discovered he calls all present arm courage.
In his monologue in the scene of the murder Banquo, Macbeth in terms that apply to himself in the same extent that and murderers, he preaches that the killing may help point man on merit. Here the development of internal conflict is supported by the images from the animal world. Here the development of internal conflict is reinforced by parallel between individualism and bestial instincts. This
?Parallel? is introduced for the first time by Lady Macbeth, which, in response to her husband?s words: ?I dare do all that may become a man? ? she ask _"What beast was?t then That made you break this enterprise to me?"
Using the analogy with the dogs in the words of Macbeth, the transfer of rocks and
underlined references at the end of ?poluvolkov? indicates that the enriched
experience, which neither he nor Lady Macbeth was not until the murder of Duncan,
Macbeth begins to perceive the human as well as his wife, that is sees in the human beast. Using the analogy with the dogs in the words of Macbeth, the transfer of rocks and underlined references at the end of ?semi-volves? indicates that the enriched
experience, which neither he nor Lady Macbeth was not until the murder of Duncan,
Macbeth begins to perceive the human as well as his wife, that is sees in the human beast.
In the heat moment of the play ? during the banquet, Macbeth is fully aware that
he no longer controls the circumstances which he himself created.
Else
greater depth of the situation gives the appearance of a ghost. Macbeth?s intentions turn into its opposite. The fact that opinions aloud suggestions, which are completely contrary to his true intentions,
immediately and ominously fulfilled, gives additional irony of this transformation.
Macbeth still ? that part of his being, which in moment prevails, hence his fear and remorse, expressed in that he sees a ghost.
And as soon as Macbeth expresses his fear,
Ghost disappears.

As one can see ambition ? helped by the prophecy?s of the witches? ? is what causes the downfall and death of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. The witches? cause a major part of the ambition inflicted upon Macbeth, as well as Lady Macbeth. They plant the seed of evil within Macbeth, changing him from the hero he was to the traitor he became. The witches? prophecy?s then causes Macbeth and Lady Macbeth?s ambition to increase as they gain greed for the throne, which then causes deception, insanity, and finally the death of both.

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