Glory is always a harbinger and a possible source of vanity.
Macbeth meets witches and receives prophecies, one of which says that he will become king of Scotland.
Macbeth’s character is not merely a negative hero betraying for a useful purpose.
Several forces are acting on him which show the development of its ambitious plans and at the end dispersion of the soul.
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After she succeeds in chastising him for his perceived impotence, she successfully ignites Macbeth’s own aspirations.
Once Lady Macbeth successfully galvanizes her husband into action, she instructs him that he simply needs to feign innocence, and leave the Machiavellian schemes to her (Act I, Scene V).
“Treasonous ambition in Macbeth collides with loyalty and patriotism in Macduff and Malcolm: here is the outward conflict” (Bradley 13).
Malcolm is Duncan’s eldest son and the legitimate heir to the throne.