When King Duncan first arrives at Machete’s castle he is treated as a special g est. and it is made apparent by Lady Macbeth and Macbeth that they value and love him . They do this in an effort to deceive him into thinking that he is safe at their home and that they have no bad intentions. This is shown by lines 2528 in Scene VI of Act l, “Your servants ever have theirs, themselves, and what is theirs, in compact, to make their audit at your highness’ pleasure,” in these lines, Lady Macbeth is treating King Duncan as though he is completely safe at Inverness.
However, in the coming scenes Macbeth murders King Duncan in order to beck mom King and lawful the prophecy that was given to him by the three witches. Lady Macbeth and Machete’s use of deception was successful and allowed Macbeth to pull off the murder of SKI Eng Duncan and move forward in his effort to become the King of Scotland. The three witches that Macbeth and Banquet meet in the beginning of the plan y also make use of deception to their advantage.
In Scene I of Act IV, The three witches give e Macbeth another set of prophecies: “Beware Macadam! Beware the Thane of Fifer” “Laugh h to scorn the power Of man, for none Of woman born shall harm Macbeth,” and “Macbeth SSH al never vanquished be until Great Birdman Wood to high Adenosine Hill shall come gag mains him. ” The prophecies are deceptive in the way that they give Macbeth false hope.
He HTH inks that he is safe from all men unless they are not born of woman or until the forest uproots its elf and moves to his castle, when in reality the prophecies are not to be taken word for word and Macbeth is slain by Macadam navy. To continue the theme of deception in , in Act IV Scene Ill, Malcolm uses deception to test Macadam and find out if he can still be truly trusted. Malcolm makes himself out o be a disgraceful human being by lying to Macadam about things that he has done.