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When reading the Shakespearian work of Macbeth you are forced to look at the character of the characters because without first having an understanding of what makes the characters think what makes them do what it is that they do If you know this you know what dives the plot and you will understand about how the world works The main characters whose namesake that I have been assigned to analyze Though the English instructor has taught us that Macbeths fatal flaw is his belief in others and his gullibility Presented with these facts I now have the challenge of coming up with the evidenced to ague it right In the play there seems to be one scene in particular that screams Macbeths true character In this scene Macbeth realizes the end is near and he begins a long dialogue that starts with him wishing all his troubles away in an almost childish display of denial Next Macbeth displays his bully side Malcolm is scared Macbeth at first is not scared because he still believes the witches that told him that no man born of women shall ever defeat him As long as he knows this he has no fear and seems to give off an arrogant air Macbeth then chooses to pick on one of his servants He proceeds to call him a coward in everyway imaginable He called him a loon crme faced he tells to prick his face to cover his paleness with red among other things he says that the young servant is whey faced This show that he is scared and perhaps trying to hype himself up During this passage we became aware that the opposing force is ten thousand strong and that Macbeths people have deserted him Through the play Macbeth is constantly taking advice from others and Macbeth never seems to really say what he wants One analogy that could be used to help understand
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