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Everyone who is mortal has at least one flaw Some are more serious than others For example some people have addictions while other people cant remember to put the milk away after they use it After a while a persons flaws can come back to haunt them The tragedy Macbeth is no exception to the rule In Macbeth many of the characters die and the reason they die is because they have a flaw a flaw that would eventually lead to their downfall However not every character is deserving of his or her fate Some characters have a minor flaw which shouldnt lead to their death but others have a major flaw which eventually leads them to their death anyway The first character the Thane of Cawdor is killed by MacBeth for trying to lead a revolution against England The Thanes fatal flaw was that according to Ross the Thane was a most disloyal traitor I ii 52 The Thane of Cawdor was greedy and wanted the throne of England for himself and as a result he was murdered The Thanes murder wasnt really disheartening because he deserved his fate The Thane was leading a battle in which many lost their lives for the sake of greed and because of his flaw being a traitor he deserved to die Duncan was the King of England and he was murdered by MacBeth Duncan was murdered in order for MacBeth to fulfill his plan and become king Duncans fatal flaw was that he was too trusting For example he thought that none of his friends could really be enemies If Duncan was more careful about his safety at MacBeths castle he may have had a chance to survive However Duncans flaw wasnt something so horrible that he should die over it Most people need to trust each other more and just because one person did he shouldnt have to die MacBeths
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