Macbeth Essay | Macbeth, a Character Analysis

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Macbeth, a Character Analysis

Summary: Throughout the play MacBeth goes through many changes in his character, he goes form being the loyal and honored soldier, to an ambitious and caring husband to a ruthless tyrant.
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Mac Beth was written by William Shakespeare in the 1600's, the play of Mac Beth focuses on the most common factors of life such as love, guilt, ambition and goodwill. The play shows us how these factors may corrupt our minds and bring us to our own downfall if we are not cautious and aware of their effects on us. The play revolves around one main character whose name is Mac Beth and several others that influence his decisions. Mac Beth however goes through a major character change throughout the play. He goes from being a brave and loyal soldier to an ambitious yet incapable of murder man, to a bloodthirsty tyrant whose guilt and feelings have died off. This change is influenced by his own ambitions and the influence of the environment surrounding him.

TRAIT ONE: BRAVE

Supporting quote: "For brave Mac Beth, -well...

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