Man of Honor to Murderous Maniac?!
Macbeth- Who is to blame?
Literary Devices In Macbeth
In the Play of Macbeth, one of the Most famous of the speeches is the one in the dagger scene. "Is this a dagger which I see before me, the handle toward my hand? Come let me clutch thee! I have thee not, and yet I see thee still" Shakespeare, Act Two, Scene One, Lines 42 through 44). In this speech it describes in detail a dagger Macbeth's imagination has conjured up. Seeing it as a sign, Macbeth uses this to prove that he should indeed kill the king.
Everybody has a person opposite of their own personality. In Macbeth's case it is the character Banquo. "I fear thou play'dst most foully for't" ( Shakespeare, Act Three, Scene One, Lines 2 and 3). Banquo has proven he's as good a man as Macbeth once was, trying to bring Macbeth's crimes to justice. Banquo refuses to be corrupted by what the witches have told him and will simply let it play it natural course, unlike a certain Shakespearean character we know.
I'm sure you've been waiting for this one, and of course, I'm talking about Macbeth. Once a hero of his country, being praised by the king himself, Macbeth was a truly great guy. "The service and the loyalty I owe, in doing it pays itself"(Shakespeare, Act One, Scene Four, lines 25 and 26). But like all good things, this had to come to an end, as we all now how the story of Macbeth goes.
Loki-The MACBETH of the Marvel Universe
A Humble begin. A choice of Evil Intent, that didn't have to be made. A tragic Defeat brought on by said choice. The Lives of Macbeth and Loki aren't to far of from each other.