Macbeth

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Mind Map on Macbeth, created by Blaze Cada on 06/13/2014.

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Macbeth
1 Personality
1.1 Lust for Power
1.1.1 Once Macbeth became a king; he became a tyrannical king and used all the power he had in a bad way
1.2 Ambition
1.2.1 Once he was told he could possibly be king one day he had a new found ambition to murder king Duncan and became king
1.3 Bravery
1.3.1 Before he met with the witches, he was trustworthy and honorable
2 Actions
2.1 Protected the king against the rebellious army
2.1.1 Macbeth killed the traitorous McDonwald
2.2 Very against the murder the great king Duncan
2.2.1 Lady Macbeth forced Macbeth to murder Duncan against his will
2.2.1.1 “He’s here in double trust, first his kinsmen and his subject, strong both against the deed. Then as his host, who should shut the doors to murderer, not bare the knife myself” (act 1, scene 3, 79-85)
3 Attitude
3.1 Very open with Lady Macbeth
3.1.1 First addresses her as his “partner of greatness”
3.2 Keeps to himself(After Kingship)
3.2.1 Starts to not even share his plans with Lady Macbeth (who started this whole thing to begin with)
3.3 Will do anything to protect his kingship
3.3.1 “to thus is nothing but to be safely thus” (act 2, scene 1, 33-34)
3.4 Before the death of Duncan, Macbeth could never even think about doing something to harm him
3.4.1 Whose horrid image doth unfix my hair/and make my heart knock at my ribs (act 1, scene 3, 133-135)
4 Important Events/experiances
4.1 Macbeth Met with the witches and was given a false prophocy
4.1.1 The witches told Macbeth that he shalt become king hereafter
4.2 The murder of the great king Duncan
4.2.1 Lady Macbeth insulted Macbeth until he decided to murder the king
4.2.1.1 "I have given suck, and know How tender 'tis to love the babe that milks me: I would, while it was smiling in my face, Have pluck'd my nipple from his boneless gums, And dash'd the brains out, had I so sworn as you Have done to this." (act 1, scene 2, 56-64)
4.3 Received the title of Thane of Cawdor & Glamis
4.3.1 Macbeth was already Thane of Glamis from before the battle against McDonwald, but became Thane of Cawdor after Macbeth won the battle
5 Dialogue/Solilqquy
5.1 "Let not light see my black and deep desires; The eye wink at the hand; yet let that be Which the eye fears, when it is done, to see." (act 1, scene 4, 51-53)
5.1.1 The quote is very important to the play because in this quote he admits that he wants to kingship
5.2 "We will proceed no further in this business: He hath honour'd me of late; and I have bought Golden opinions from all sorts of people, Which would be worn now in their newest gloss, Not cast aside so soon." (act 1, scene 7, 31-35)
5.2.1 Here Macbeth tries and tells Lady Macbeth that he will proceed with the murder of Duncan. Until later being convinced regardless
6 Likes & DIslikes
6.1 Likes: Power
6.1.1 Once Macbeth became king he fell in love with power, he killed anyone he even suspected of being able to ending kingship/kill him
6.2 Dislikes: People that don't mind their own business
6.2.1 Macbeth murdered many people, some for not even doing anything but simply because they were related to someone who has.
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