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Does the statement "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" thoroughly expresses the many themes of Shakespeare’s
‘Macbeth’? The first time we hear the statement is very early in the play when the witches say the exact
line "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" only for Macbeth himself to repeat it very closely two scenes later. This
repetition of the lines shows me that the characters themselves believe that there are many foul events
taking place. In this essay I will endeavour to prove that the above statement doesn’t express ‘Macbeth’
thoroughly. Firstly I will show the fair Macbeth himself degrading into a foul inhuman monster. Secondly,
I will compare the witches to Macbeth to demonstrate the real foulness in these characters. I will then
show why I believe that there simply isn’t any fairness existing in ‘Macbeth’. Then I will point out that
there are simply too many themes in Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ to be summed up in o...
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