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Essay Galaxy - Macbeth: Deep Imagination Macbeth: Deep Imagination

Imagination is a feature that varies among different characters; some are blessed with it and others are not. In Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth's character is instilled with a deep, imaginative vein cuts through all of his words and deeds. One of Macbeth's first ill-conceived emotions is made clear in his soliloquy in Act 1, Scene 3. As he ponders the witches' prophecies, his imagination conjures fearful outcomes. This speech is one of the most important in the entire play. It is at this time that the audience first sees signs of evil in Macbeth. At first, Macbeth muses on what the future may hold/and he trembles when he thinks of murdering the king. Such "horrible imaginings," he says, frighten him even more than "present fears." However, as he po....

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