Sajid Malik In: Drama Explain the theme of Morality in Macbeth by Shakespeare. Explain the theme of Morality in Macbeth by Shakespeare. MacbethShakespeare 1 Answer Lucifer Morningstar When angels fall, they also rise 6 Questions 268 Answers 126 Best Answers 1,309 Points View Profile Best Answer Lucifer Morningstar When angels fall, they also rise Added an answer on July 27, 2019 at 11:02 am Morality is the guiding force that helps man evaluate his actions and even thoughts. The same is what Macbeth struggles from when he decides to commit murder in pursuit of power. It is immoral and against his innate sense of justice and natural values. However, once he silences the call of morality and becomes slave to his and his wife’s lustful ambition, his whole life becomes unstable. Even though he gets the crown, he never gets any peace, happiness or security. The moral guilt of his crimes destroys his family as his wife loses her sanity and eventually her life. After her death, he turns even more restless and desperate and finally meets his painful end. 1 Login to Reply Share Share Share on WhatsApp Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Cancel the best answer Sorry, you do not have a permission to answer to this question.