Analysis Of ' Macbeth ' By William Shakespeare

1266 Words Dec 8th, 2015 6 Pages
Micki Mooberry
English 4
Livengood 2nd Hr
11 December 2015
Confliction Leading to Guilt

A mind, in this case, is controlled by a man’s actions, unlike in reality, to where a mind controls actions. Someone who constantly has a quarrel with his own mind can lead him to frustration and over thinking. Overthinking then leads to blocking out certain actions and thoughts, creating anger to build up. From then, it leads to conflictions with not only self but others who may have a negative influence.
Macbeth is a story of man, wanting to be recognized and have power. To get this power he will do anything, including murdering any man in his way. In doing so he slowly creeps into madness, leading him to only start harming innocent people because what his guilty conscience thought what was right was not. Macbeth conflicts with his self mind, Lady Macbeth is a major external conflict leading to both of them going mad, to this, it leads them to become very corrupt in the mind and leads them to go insane with guilt.

One competing within themselves is an extreme internal force that causes them to choose between either good and evil, which then, not always leads to the best outcome. Macbeth leeds himself into battling his own mind the he ends up dreaming about the dagger which later physically gave him a path of courage to killing Duncan. “A dagger of the mind, a false creation, proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain? I see thee yet, in form of a palpable, As to which now I draw” (Act…
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