Macbeth Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Macbeth.
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Macbeth - Classic Tragedy

Summary: Macbeth discuessed as a classic tragedy.
The novel, Macbeth, by Shakespeare, has all the components that define a classic tragedy. To be defined, as a classic tragedy a novel should have a hero, fall of the protagonist, fate, and the reader should feel pity and fear. As you read this novel, it is apparent that Macbeth has all four requirements. The novel shows the adventure of Macbeth on his quest to become king. Throughout the novel you see Macbeth make several difficult decisions to reach his goal of being the ruler. I believe that Macbeth is a classic tragedy because it involves all the elements of a tragedy.

In the novel Macbeth, the protagonist Macbeth is considered to be a hero. To be considered a hero you need to be strong, brave, fearless, and a warrior, many readers believe Macbeth possesses all of these traits. When at battle the captain says, "For...

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