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Is This A Tragedy I See Before Me For many decades Macbeth has been argued a tragedy and not a tragedy throughout history Many scholars argue the point that this is that and that is this therefore trying to have more concrete facts in which what Macbeth is I think Macbeth is a tragedy because of many hard facts that lead to it A tragedy is usually named after a person who held a high status and fell from it The in the end the hero dies usually falling from a moral social ethical etc William Shakespeare named this play Macbeth because he wanted to show the tragedy of him The play being named Macbeth supports my conclusion In the story Macbeth already known throughout the kingdom is at a high point in the beginning of the play He goes to see the witches and is pressed with a destiny which the witches saw within their minds This puts up another question in which Macbeth destiny was changeable or not I think that there is nothing such as fate because you always have a choice Macbeth before he kills Duncan hesitates because he starts to think of the consequences But when he enters the room and Duncan awakes he chooses to stab and kill the graceful Duncan in his sleep Lady Macbeth was a big part in this play also because she is the devil thats tempts Macbeth into killing the king therefore making his sons flee because they could be suspected of killing him and so Macbeth becoming king Macduff from when he saw Macbeths reaction and thinking almost had Macbeths plan figured out He was suspicious about the guards killing the king and why it was in Macbeths house This brought the downfall of Macbeth in the end All this could have been avoided if Macbeth choose the road to not killing another man to have a brief kingship and
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