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Character Analysis Macbeth Author William Shakespeare Macbeth is a character of powerful contradictions He is a man who for sake of his ambition willing to murder his king and his best friend Macbeth has contorted the natures to murder the king Duncan When Macbeth got the crown by murder him he upset the natural ordered of his life and the order of Scotland Referred to the three witches predicts Macbeth believed that his fortune to become king He tries to get rid of the king Therefore the kings son Malcolm and Mac duff trying to stop him They are the antagonist of the play Macbeths ambition has made the downfall of him At the beginning he seems to be a great brave noble and loyal thane For his desire to be king he willing to turn his back on wheat he knows to be right Macbeth and his best friend Banguo have led army again the rebel army led by previous thane of Cawdor They have won the battle therefore Duncan orders the execution of captured thane of Cawdor and then transfers this title and estate to Macbeth the new thane of Cawdor for his bravest Going along with the three witches prophecies Macbeth assumes that he will be king someday according to things that already happened that matches the witches predictions Macbeth is a victim of the witches deception and his own ambition At first I thought Macbeth is a brave noble and loyal man But after he heard the three witches prophecies Macbeth have the ambition to take over the throne from Duncan by murdering him He plans out to murder Duncan with the help of his wife Lady Macbeth The capture of thane of Cawdor has claimed him the title of the new thane of cawdor One thing that this character impresses me is his brave to do something such like he willing to
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