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Macbeth, A Character Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the title character of Shakespeare's Macbeth, the protagonist of the play. Examines how Macbeth is a dichotomy of strength and weakness.
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Macbeth, the protagonist of the tragic play `Macbeth' by William Shakespeare is a strong but also weak character at the same time.

He appears as a mighty warrior who's loyal to his king and his country.

We get the first impression of him as an honourable and admirable man that the account of Macbeth's victorious feat over Macdonwald at the beginning of Act1 Scene 2 ` but all's too weak; For Brave Macbeth' shows the bravery and courage within the tragic hero. This will soon turn into violence and cruelty by his overwhelming ambition for the greater power, the kingship.

The one with immense ambition, Macbeth, gets to satisfy as he hears the prophecy of three weird sisters telling him that he will be the king of Scotland.

Shakespeare used Macbeth to show how determined one can easily be tempted and lured by the desire for...

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