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Witches created a conflict easily by creating moral confusion. In the first act, the witches' line Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and the filthy air" serve to create moral confusion. It is the moral confusion that the witches use to influence the decisions that are made by Macbeth. Macbeth thinks that the witches' prophesies are meant for his prosperities. However, the witches are enjoying the misery that humans undergo. Since Macbeth is greedy and hungry for power, he easily gives in to the weird sisters' temptation. Concurrently, the weird sisters influenced the chaos and conflicts in the play. They are the creators of the chaos in Macbeth life. The witches are associated with evil spirits, and they obey the spirits. Furthermore, they are the followers of Hecate, the evil goddess. The witches lurk in the dark and try to influence the decisions that Macbeth and Banquo make. Banquo is strong and does not give in to the thoughts that the three witches are pla...

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Evil, as portrayed in the play, is essentially feminine’ How far do you agree with this view of Macbeth?

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