Whiles I see lives, the gashes do better upon them”. Macbeth's death was strangely sympathetic, you had to almost feel bad for him. He was corrupt and ultimately had no choice the to be a murder. Macbeth starts out a noble, brave, warrior, who had great flaws which made him into a tragic hero. He made some wrong turns and let his superstition, love, and overwhelming enthusiasm overcome him and he lost his title of a “Noble Man” and even lost his love to his cruel heart lust to be King.
Overall, Macbeth is a tragic hero in some eyes of the readers. The readers will see the distractions that take him away from his future being good. Macbeth is going down a tragic path of self-destruction, just so he can be the next King. The readers see his true flaws, by the way he thinks about the situation. Not only is Macbeth going to kill one person, but many others in the distance future.
Macbeth would not have lost it all if Lady MacBeth wouldn't of pushed him and taunted him, MacBeth wanted to become king but was unsure about murdering Duncan. At the end of the play Macduff kills Macbeth. I think that Macbeth had to be killed at the end of the play. I think this because Macbeth being king brought pain and hardship to Scotland and also the people that lived there. Also it was inevitable that he had to die at the end of the play because he had killed Macduff's family and Macduff wanted revenge.
Its presence proves Macbeth is not simply a tyrant. In conclusion, Shakespeare's character Macbeth is a perfect tragic hero, not a tyrant. Macbeth was once a great man of high distinction whom, because of his fatal flaws of ambition, insecurity and imagination commits the most heinous of sins and unwittingly brings about his own downfall with the effect of creating sympathy and pity from the viewers. Macbeth moves from a loyal heroic warrior, to 'hell hound' to one who regains some of his earlier nobility and dignity before he dies. These factors combine to produce a masterfully crafted tragic hero who is far more then a simple tyrant.
In conclusion, to a sympathetic extent, we can feel pity for Macbeth. His fatal flaw was exploited by the witches who toy with his mind, when Macbeth thought he was merely fulfilling his fate, and Lady Macbeth's manipulation. However we also remember that his ambition was more important than other people's lives; the murder of his best friend Banquo, Lady Macduff and Macduff's son, and even the suicidal death of Lady Macbeth, which he seemed not to care about. However describing Macbeth as a “dead butcher” isn't a fair summary of his character. His downfall was more emotional than this, if we remember the loyal soldier Macbeth was to begin with.
Macbeth is Duncan's Kinsman, subject and host and doesn't want to hurt him. The soliloquy explains the moral and religious implications of killing Duncan and It's only when lady Macbeth convinces him to change his mind that the story continues, "Was the hope drunk wherein you dressed yourself?" This scene is important as it pieces together Macbeth's character. It shows how reflective Macbeth is, if he didn't think about his actions and didn't worry about them, he would have been playing as an evil character that will do anything without caring, and that would completely lose the guideline to a good tragedy play. "But in these cases, we still have judgement here that we but teach bloody instructions" here, in the soliloquy, we see how reflective Macbeth is.
She begins to feel weak when she is guilty of persuading her husband to kill King Duncan. Macduff is dynamic because he is a loyal Scotsman that turns against his king in the end. Macduff is determined to kill Macbeth after finding out Macbeth caused his family’s death. Macbeth is dynamic because he begins as a loyal man but changes by adapting evil ways. Once he becomes king he kills anyone that gets in the way of his power.
The play says that the inability to make a firm decision is ultimately the worst thing that can happen. Hamlet’s tragic flaw of an inability to act is what makes the audience feel sympathy for him. His inability to kill Claudius is the one of the largest draw of sympathy from the audience. These characteristics lead him on his journey to vengeance for his father’s death and in the end his own death. A classic example of a play having a tragic effect can be found in Hamlet.
Macbeth becomes a villain when he discovers he will become King of Scotland. The traditional idea of a villain says that he or she should go by evil methods to get what they want. In the case of Macbeth, he killed Duncan to become King of Scotland. A villain is also cruel and ruthless. The villain may also be a person who commits crimes against the people and is all powerful.
A tragic hero is a main character who, throughout the story, realizes his flaw and accepts that he cannot control the outcome of his actions. In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth has a lot of situations that ultimately lead to his demise and tragic conclusion. At the beginning of the play, Macbeth is seen as a brave hero who was already named Thane of Glamis, also receives the title Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth was known as the bravest soldier to many in Scotland. While Macbeth and Banquo are heading back, they encounter the three witches.