The Witches In MacBeth 1 The witches in Macbeth serve to advance the story, get around human weakness, heighten the tension and give the audience a hint of things to come, but they do not throw Macbeth or anyone else in the play. The only power they have over Macbeth is their big businessman to reinforce an idea that was already in his head. Their role is make clear when Hecate speaks to them, ? And which is worse, tout ensemble you have done Hath been but for a wayward son.
? ( act 3 scene 5 ) She suggests that they do not have the power to make him do the injustice and mischief that they want. Nor do they need that power. Macbeth is fully capable of doing all the mischief and evil on his own. How do individuals require others? How would the witches control Macbeth? This can usually be done by animal(prenominal) and/or emotional force. Fear and threats, rewards and praise work to control others. These tools work to different degrees on different people. So oftentimes of what is called con...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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