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Many people believe that Shakespeares plays all have a tragedy to them There are very good arguments that support this theory Macbeth is one of the many tragic plays that Shakespeare has written There are many incidents that take place in the play of Macbeth which prove that this is a tragic play There are the murders of many innocent people There is the murder of King Duncan who is killed by Macbeth There is the murder of Banquo which is set up by Macbeth There is the murder of Macduffs wife and son which is also set up by Macbeth These meaningless killings are what make Macbeth a tragic story The first tragic murder in the play was that of King Duncan Duncan was a respected man by all in Scotland Duncan had no enemies within his kingdom He was a good leader and good father to his sons and to Macbeth as well People were shocked to discover the murder of Duncan had taken place Duncan was liked by everyone in Scotland which made it hard for the people of Scotland to come up with a conclusion as to why Duncan was murdered This is best summarized by Banquos reaction towards Duncans death Fears and scruples shake us In the great hand of God I stand and thence against the undivulged pretense I fight here Banquo is saying that no one person can be suspected for committing this crime and that this murder has a hidden purpose II iii l 131-133 Duncan was killed for a very terrible reason Macbeth killed Duncan because Macbeth was greedy and was desperate to be become king Macbeth wanted to be in control and knew that if he killed Duncan he would be able to receive it An innocent man is killed because of the greed of another man Such a tragedy is inhuman Others have also been killed because of Macbeth The
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