Ambiguity And Equivocation

Ambiguity and Equivocation in Macbeth
Ambiguity and Equivocation in Macbeth
Ambiguity and Equivocation in Macbeth Jordan Weber-Flink Mrs. Balaban AP English 11/28/98 Macbeth's voluntary misinterpretation of the ambiguity and equivocation of the witches relates to the play's theme, which states that uncontrolled desire for power often leads to irregular or violent actions, resulting in death and or destruction. After the first of the witches' prophecies comes true, Macbeth begins to believe in their truth. However, he also believes that the prophecies must all lead to h