Macbeth Theme Analysis

Introduction: I have chosen to do my visual representation on Act 1, Scene 7 of Macbeth. I have identifyed 4 main themes from the scene and have selected   images that represent each. These themes include:
Two themes centred around Macbeth’s character:
- Internal Struggle
- Betrayal
Tho themes centred around Lady Macbeth’s Character:
- Manipulation
- Dominance
Internal Struggle
The images I have chosen to represent the theme Internal Struggle are:
- The image of a man agonising
- The image of a man fighting his internal demons.
The image of the man agonising represents Macbeth talking to himself in the opening part of the scene. He is questioning whether or not to kill someone so pure of heart who has rewarded him so much for fighting in his name. He speaks of   freely putting his soul at risk but realises that in the real world there are consequences for committing crimes.   “but thus blow might be the be-all and the end-all here, But here, upon this bank and shoal of time, we’d jump the life to come. But in these cases we still have judgement here,”          
The second image shows a man fighting his internal demons, I believe that these demons represent the two sides of the conflicting thoughts within his troubled mind. Macbeth attempts to rationalise that he has no vendetta gainst the King and the only thing motivating him is his own ambition. That ambition can cause people to make bad decisions that could ultimately end in disaster. “i have no spur to prick the sides of my intent but only volting ambition which o’erleaps itself and falls on th’ other”...