Just need help with the introduction, and my conclusion.
Also, need some assistance with the opening sentence of my paragraphs!
Everything would be appreciated :)
Here is my introduction:
Although written centuries ago, the historic drama Macbeth by William Shakespeare successfully illustrates a variety of themes about human nature, the most significant of which, the lust for power, is emphasised greatly throughout the entire play. The protagonist of the play, Macbeth, is initially a loyal servant of King Duncan, and at the time holds no desires for anything more. However, once the highly acclaimed position of Thane of Cawdor is given to Macbeth, Shakespeare begins to subtly display how Macbeth was predestined for power. Moreover, while Shakespeare attempts to draw sympathy for Macbeth due to his indecisiveness and ability to be easily influenced, it is apparent that Macbeth's violent ascension to the throne was solely a result of a his own persona-the relentless craving of power. Firstly, Macbeth's confrontation with the three weird sisters was prior to him knowing of becoming Thane of Cawdor, and as such, it did not have a profound effect on him at the time in comparison to when he found out from nobleman Ross. Further to this, while Lady Macbeth insisted on murdering King Duncan, it was Macbeth's own aspiration to attain the position of absolute power that played the crucial role in the assassination of the King. Finally, the battle at the end of the play depicts how Macbeth, although swollen with confidence from the predictions of the witches, whole-heartedly believes he can defeat Malcolm and his army.