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In the end of the play we view Macbeth as a tyrant a traitor and a bloody butcher because of the murder of King Duncan and the chaos he imposed on Scotland However Macbeth did have honourable qualities within him but because he was turned into an evil character from the circumstances the witches his wife and his country put him in we sympathize with him to the extent of treating him as a tragic hero an honourable and important figure who has inherent weaknesses in his character which brings about his tragic end Macbeths honourable character can be seen by his loving loyal and respectful attitude towards those around him His loyalty is demonstrated from his inspirational speech after his appointment as the Thane Of Cawdor Macbeth The service and the loyalty l owe In doing it pays itself Your Highness part Is to receive our duties and our duties Are to your throne and state children and servants Which do but what they should by doing everything Safe toward your love and honor He doesnt want to kill King Duncan because he isnt willing to lose the respect that he has painfully earned he hath honoured me of late This respect Macbeth has for King Duncan is mentioned by Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth Yet do I fear thy natureIt is too full o the milk of human kindness His love and respect towards Lady Macbeth is an indication to one of several of Macbeths honourable character He told Lady Macbeth that he was appointed as the Thane of Cawdor and his address to her as a dearest partner of greatness in his letter deserves some merit since it shows his love and devotion towards her He listens to what she has to say about killing King Duncan without questioning her opinions Macbeths sensitive conscience is evidence to
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