Macbeth as a Tragic Hero
One of William Shakespeare's most gruesome play is Macbeth. In the play, Macbeth, Macbeth kills many people to guarantee that he will stay king. To become king, Macbeth had to kill the former king, Duncan. After Macbeth killed Duncan, Macbeth and the three witches, but Macbeth then saw three apparitions. These apparitions told Macbeth when he was going to be killed. In William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, Macbeth is a tragic hero because he displays ambition and loyalty as his tragic flaws.
Macbeth had some flaws that ended up causing his down fall. Macbeth is ambitious about being king because he is willing to killed anyone to stay king. Macbeth said INSERT QUOTE. This shows that Macbeth had to kill people to stay king. Macbeth is saying that he had to kill INSERT CHRACTERSE NAME or he would have been overthrown by INSERT CHRACTERSE NAME and he will become king. Macbeth is also loyal to his friends because he regretted killing Duncan. After Macbeth killed Duncan, Macbeth said “I am afraid to think what I have done (II.ii.67).” This shows that Macbeth is loyal to Duncan and regrets killing him. This quote says that Macbeth is afraid of what he just did, kill Duncan.
Macbeth was able to recognized that he had tragic flaws. Macbeth recognized his tragic flaw of being ambitious. Macbeth was able to recognized that he was ambitious when INSERT WHEN HE RECONIZED. This is supported when Macbeth says INSERT QUOTE. This shows that INSERT EXPALNATION. When Macbeth says this he means INSERT TRANSLATION. Macbeth also recognized that he was loyal. Macbeth was able to recognized this tragic flaw after he killed Duncan. Macbeth said “To know my deed 'twere best not know myself (II.iii.94).” This shows that Macbeth knows that he should not have killed Duncan. Macbeth means that he wishes he did not kill Duncan because he knows that he was loyal to Duncan.
Order was restored and life returned to normal in the play when Macbeth was killed. Order...
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