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Every man has different emotions reactions to different situations every man his unique and complex in there own little way The same as Macbeth was shown to be throughout this Shakespearian play Macbeth is unable to make easy decisions without fully contemplating them first he is shown as the bravest solider and then as a child afraid of the witches through out the play Macbeth experience a range of emotions that we all have experienced We all see him as a human not a monster because we are part of him Shakespeare begins with Macbeths character being a powerful brave extraordinary soldier He has just won an unbelievable battle which he should have lost but he alone the hero saved the day But once the witches appear we see him as a child afraid untrusting almost hiding from them Macb Speak if you can What are you 1Witch All hail Macbeth Hail to thee Thane of Glamis 2WitchAll hail Macbeth Hail to thee Thane of Cawdor 3Witch All hail Macbeth that shall be King hereafter Ban Good sir why do you star and seem to fear things that do sound so fair Macbeths confidence only returns when his friend Banquo stands up to the witches and jokes around with Macbeth Macbeth had become a follower from a hero to a follower After that Macbeth then is shown as a man because he is shown contemplating his morals One of the witchs prophecies comes true and he is named Thane of Cawdor He has dark thoughts about killing Duncan in order for him to become king He has a great moral dilemma on his hands He knows that it is wrong and he knows that he is giving up his sole for eternity but greed drives him toward killing the king But by the time Macbeth has reached his castle his morals have over taken him and he has decided against his
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