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THE INSANITY OF MACBETH:
In Shakespeare's Macbeth there are many actions done by the main character that are largely unexplainable, unless you use this reasoning;
The character of Macbethsuffered from the symptoms of
the mental illness paranoid schizophrenia.
this is believed by me to be true due to the fact that he indeed suffered from all five symptoms required in the diagnosis of the disease, and shows this throughout different times in the play.
The five basic symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia are:
dillusions, hullucinations, incoherence and catatonic behavior and a the appearance of the flat effect.
Thefirst shown of the five basic indications was catatonic behavior. but before I discuss that event I’d like to add that although if this were an actual case the man would have obviously suffered many of these symptoms long before thefirst instance is shown in the play. Since it is just a play, the story begins with no history to support it. Therefore thefirst case will only be another random occurance in what is assumed to be one of many consecutive symptoms gone on throughout Macbeth;s life. With this in mind I will describe Macbeth’sfirst shown symptom.
Catatonic behavior is lightly defined as motor activity unrelated to stimulus or less reactivity to the surrounding enviroment.
this token is modestly (and I use this term to describe the apparancy of the symptom and not the brutality of the action) apparent during act one/scene 2.
Macbeth was the thane of Glamis and a general in the king’s army. Engaged in battle of civil rebellion , his soldiers are coming to the end of the long faught battle, described by Shakespeare as
” As two spent swimmers that do cling together and choke their art."
and realizing how tired and physically drained his soldiers were by that time, he raged into the battle aggressively slaying the enemy without pregedous until he reached the leader of the re…

Macbeth

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The plot begins with King Duncan meeting a sergeant by a war. The sergeant tells the king about the war, he tells him about how Macbeth bravely fought and captured him. The King pronounces that Macbeth is to the Thane. Macbeth and Banquo come across the witches and they pridict that Macbeth will be Thane and also King. They also predicted that Banquo's sons would be Kings. Macbeth receives that Thane. Macbeth and Banquo arrive at Duncan's palace nad he proclaims Malcolm to the throne. He also announces that his visit to Macbeth's castle. Lady Macbeth reads Macbeth's letter and they begin to plan to kill Duncan. Duncan arrives at their castle but Macbeth decides not to kill the King but is convinced by Lady Macbeth to continue.
Macbeth imagines a dagger leading his way to Duncan's room. He kills Duncan and goes to meet Lady Macbeth. He tells her that he has done it but she is shocked to find that he has taken the daggers with him. He refused to go back, so she went back to leave the daggers. They go back to their rooms to make it seems as though they where sleeping. Macduff and Lennox have arrived and are greeted by Macbeth. Macduff goes in to wake the King but reports that he is dead. Macbeth kills the guards out of loyalty to the King and Malcolm and Donalbain flee the country. Macbeth is crowned King.
Macbeth also remembers banquo's prophecy and hires two guards to kill Banquo and Fleance. Macbeth does not reveal this to Lady Macbeth. Macbeth sends a third murderer, the three ambush Banquo and Fleance but only manage to kill Banquo and Fleance escapes. One of the murderers appear and announce that Banquo is dead and Macbeth is delighted but is soon in dismay when he finds out that Fleance has escaped. Macbeth joins the Banquet and sees Banquo's ghost and so Lady Macbeth tells the guests to leave. Macbeth then tells her he is going to meet the witches for further information. Macduff flees to En