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Essay | Macbeth's Change of Character

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Macbeth's Change of Character

Summary: William Shakespeare's Macbeth undergoes a character transformation from good to evil and paranoid under the influence of Lady Macbeth.
In the tragic drama "Macbeth" written by William Shakespeare, Macbeth's character changes consistently. The change in Macbeth's character is described as good to evil. There are three key changes that affect Macbeth's character. Macbeth starts off as a noble, brave, loyal and well-liked person. In his second stage Macbeth becomes a traitor, dangerous, a liar, and a murderer. So far with our reading we can also conclude that Macbeth is becoming paranoid. The main reason why Macbeth went through all this changes is from the pressure on him by Lady Macbeth.

In Act I of the play Macbeth is viewed as brave and loyal to the King of Scotland. Macbeth was noble because he currently was the thane of Glamis. The King trusted and respected Macbeth therefore making him the thane of Cawdor. The encounter with the three witches is the starting reason for Macbeth sudden...

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This section contains 484 words
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