Yet his ambition increasingly defeated his good nature. Usually, men are the ones who are outward and aggressive about it, and women are more subdued about it.
Lady Macbeth has a great deal of power over Macbeth the power which she holds over him, is the fact that she possesses more of the "manly" quality than Macbeth himself. Macbeth constantly tries to disprove Lady Macbeths doubt of his manhood.
Macbeth’s disintegration is shown through his attempts to shape his destiny by his own hands.
” Whatever danger he senses in the prophecies of the three witches, he tries to get rid of that. Yet his blind faith in the favouring parts of the prophecies made by witches regarding his invincibility draws him into a false sense of security.
Shakespeare might be underlining the inevitability of blood in pursuit of power.
Once Macbeth ascends to the throne and the chaos of violence and fear is set, Macduff cries, “.” In a very melodramatic fashion, Shakespeare throughout the play displays the ways of blood and how it goes out of control beyond a certain point and results in the madness like that of Lady Macbeth and in the tragic fall like that of Macbeth.
Once Macbeth comes to know the prophecies by the three witches, Duncan’s lack of judgment becomes obvious as he is unable to discern the true nature of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth and he is murdered by them.
Through the kingship of Macbeth, Shakespeare shows us the definite link between means and ends.
In every Shakespearean tragedy there is always something called the “fatal flaw”.
This flaw is seen in the main character or hero of the play. This passion controls the hero’s thoughts and actions, and, if unable to control this passion it will lead to his doom.