Things are not always what them seem

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Macbeth essay

Things are not always what them seem People always like to trust their intuition. When people see others for the first time, they immediately like or dislike them based on their look or their speech, even their clothing. They use intuition to ensure a person, but actually a good-looking man will be a bad guy. William Shakespeare wrote Macbeth. It is considered one of his darkest and most powerful tragedies. It talks about the kingdom, the prophecy and blood. In Macbeth, things that characters believe are not true. Throughout the play, trust is misused, the prophecies are misunderstood and eventually power destroys the characters. Trust between the two sides, it is like a bet. If win the bet, get a lot of
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Narrow thinking kills Macbeth, Prophecy is not always comprehensive, and people can’t completely just rely on a prediction. Prophecy can only give us the guidance, and people need to achieve the goals in their own way. Sometime, prophecy is a guide,it can help people get succeed, it also can frame people to hell.
Many people would rather live an extraordinary life and get away from flashy. It is because they know that sometimes they can’t control the power. When they lose control because their ambition, power will be destroyed. Anyway, power maybe will make people forget the original intention. King Duncan is a poor man. He originally has a large force, but is ruined by his minister-Macbeth.
When King Duncan fall asleep, Macbeth said “Hear it not,Duncan;for it is a knell That summons thee to heaven or to hell.” (Shakespeare, 2.1) A powerful person dead so lonely, Macbeth kill the king for his ambition. Macbeth is a courageous Scottish general who is not naturally inclined to commit evil deeds, yet he deeply desires power and advancement. People can see how a man despoil the power for his ambition, and finally his power also be destroyed. When Macduff and Macbeth face to face, Macduff: “Despair thy charm, and let the angle whom thou still has served tell thee. Macduff was from his mother’s womb untimely ripp’d.”
(Shakespeare, 5.8) Truth is unexpected; one word Macbeth ruins all his confidence, his arrogance and his strength. The one who wants to wear a crown must

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