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As far as I am reading the play «Macbeth» from previous acts I have some vision of what is going to happen next

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As far as I am reading the play «Macbeth» from previous acts I have some vision of what is going to happen next. When the three witches appeared and predicted Macbeth’s future that he would become a thane of Glamis, thane of Cawdor and the King of Scotland. «All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, thane of Glamis! All hail, Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter!» (Act 1, scene 3, page 2, 49-51). After nice things have been said to Macbeth, he became fascinated with the idea of one day becoming a king. Dark thoughts came into his mind about betrayal and murdering. Macbeth felt terrible about his thoughts of committing a crime. At first, he was not sure about his decision and wanted to take a step back. His mental state of mind before murdering King Duncan was not stable, he was anxious and confused. The main character knew that he wanted to become a king, but he did not have enough courage to murder the King Duncan to take his title. However, Lady Macbeth was more ambitious, she persuaded and convinced her husband into committing the crime. Honestly, I did not expect that there would be such a plot twist right at the beginning of the play, how the events would turn out this way and how quick and fast everything would happen. First, he heard the prophecies, then he sent the letter to his wife about what had happened to him, what to expect from the future, plans and ideas. «They met me in the day of success, and I have learned by the prefects report they have more in them than mortal knowledge…» (Act1, scene 6) In the reading process we can notice how Macbeth feels about the situation, he is overwhelmed with anxiety and guilt. The desire to become a king made him crazy, and he does not have the will to murder the King Duncan. Macbeth knows how King Duncan appreciates him, his loyalty, braveness and strength. But after all, he had promised Lady Macbeth, he had to prove that he is a man and will keep the promise. I could predict that at the end he will still kill the king. Moreover, it is hard to say what is in the next acts: will Macbeth kill more people in order to become the king? Will someone catch the murder? Did somebody see him killing the King Duncan? I guess, we will find out in the next acts. But one thing that I am sure about is the crime that he has committed will chase him throughout next scenes. After the murder he was already shocked and thoughts of regret appeared in his mind. He even struggled to come back and put the draggers back in place. «I’ll go no more: I am afraid to think what I have done, Look on’t again I dare not» (Act 2, scene 2, page 3, 50-53).

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