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Through The Tragedy of Macbeth the readers witness the rise and fall of the power of Macbeth from a loved and respected nobleman to a feared tyrant He is a tragic hero who was brought to his demise by his own ambition guilt fear and self-doubt Macbeth is pictured as a valiant hero a courageous warrior and one of King Duncans most favored generals Macbeths greed first became apparent upon meeting the three witches whose prophecies told of Macbeth becoming the Thane of Cawdor When the first prophesy becomes reality Macbeth immediately longs for more power He reveals his true self under his faade As Macbeth realizes that he must murder the king to obtain the throne he convinces himself that murder is beyond his capabilities Macbeth shares a strong bond with his wife claiming that she is his dearest partner in greatnessIiv11 Immediately after Macbeth becomes the Thane of Cawdor he writes a letter to Lady Macbeth to inform her about the prophecies of the three witches and about what thou art promisedIiv15 Lady Macbeth decides Kind Duncan must be killed to secure her husbands place as king and hers as queen after reading Macbeths letter Lady Macbeth fears that the prophecies are too full o th milk of human kindnessIiv16 to be obtained the easiest way so she took matters into her own hands by planning and convincing Macbeth into the murder which further inflamed Macbeths greed and ambition Lady Macbeth plans for the murder of Duncan to occur on the very same night when Duncan sleeps in Macbeths castle Macbeth believes in the judgment and ability of Lady Macbeth so concurred with little hesitation showing his indecision and greed Macbeth struggles to commit murder seeing Duncan as a worthy and humble king and acknowledges that he considers this deed only because of his vaulting ambitionIvii27 Macbeth Tries to back out of the murder by confronting Lady Macbeth We will proceed no further
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