Macbeth Essay | Macbeth's Fatal Flaw That Leads to His Demise

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Macbeth's Fatal Flaw That Leads to His Demise

Summary: Essay discusses how Macbeth's desire to be king led to his demise.
A tragic hero is a good a noble character that has a fatal flaw which leads to his/her demise. Macbeth would be one they consider a tragic hero. Macbeth is told by three old witches that he can be king. Macbeth really wants to be king so he becomes impatient and wants to be king so bad, that he'll do anything to get the crown, even if it means killing off all the people that stand in his way. Macbeth becomes very selfish and starts to only think of himself, which makes him, be the one to loose at the end.

First, Macbeth takes out the king himself, King Duncan. Macbeth and his wife, Lady Macbeth kill King Duncan while he is sleeping. Then they splatter blood on the drunken guards outside of Duncan's sleeping quarters. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth go...

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