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The Perfect King in "Macbeth"

Summary: Essay examines which of the characters in Shakespeare's "Macbeth" would make the best king.
In Macbeth, Shakespeare addresses the issue of being a perfect leader and the qualities that go along with this role. Throughout the play, he mentions how a few characters possess the needed characteristics to become the ideal king but lack one essential element which inhibits this from happening. Banquo, Macduff, and Macbeth have all of the necessary qualities of a perfect king however each character has his own flaw which prevents them from becoming the ideal king.

Banquo possesses the potential to be a perfect king due to his patience and unsurmountable loyalty; however, because of his over investment of trust in others, he failed to wear the crown. A king must be able to deal with many troubles and tedious actions which require a great amount of patience, a trait of which Banquo has a great deal. S:For instance, when Banquo meets the...

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