Macbeth Essay | Banquo and MacBeth: Analysis of a Friendship

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Banquo and MacBeth: Analysis of a Friendship

Summary: Discusses the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Explores the relationship between Banquo and MacBeth . Describes how the friendship was was shattered by their strong differences yet initially driven by their similarities.
The seriousness of uncontrollable greed is very apparent in the story of Macbeth as it is the major cause of a destroyed friendship. The friendship of MacBeth and Banquo which was shattered by their strong differences yet initially driven by their similarities. One may conclude that many of their characteristics just as in everyday life effected their outcomes. This not only the end of their lives but the lasting thoughts others would have of them. Banquo and MacBeth were in short complete opposites who encountered very similar situations.

In comparing and contrasting MacBeth and Banquo I am first able to recognize that they were both generals in King Duncan's army. They were leaders in the fighting forces for their country and both were to exhibit bravery and courage. Yet, MacBeth who was first viewed as a capable warrior and extremely confident in his...

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