To men manhood is really a big deal we always want to be know as the greater not the lesser. When we are treated like lesser that gets us mad and that 's our weakness. Macbeth wife knew the right bottom to push to get Macbeth pumped up and ready to go kill the King. If he would 've chickened out then that right there would 've been another problem. To conclude this easy i believe Macbeth is a tragic hero so far in the story, but I also think he can
Brutus' tragic flaw was making bad judgments. For example, he let Antony speak at Caesar's funeral, he let Antony live and also he marched to Phillipi. Since the Romans liked Brutus, they thought that if he killed Caesar, then he had a good reason for it. However, if Brutus had not let Antony speak at the funeral, the people would not have turned against him and the other conspirators. Antony was not Caesar's best friend, like Brutus; he just wanted everybody to be against Brutus so they could follow him.
As a result of his insecurity of his lack of manliness, Macbeth’s soul couldn’t be cleansed again. Macbeth proved to his wife that he was a “man” but the consequence of murdering the king was the beginning of the corruption of Macbeth’s soul because of the sense of power he had. Macbeth saw his actions as justifiable because he was motivated by his self-interest. Although Lady Macbeth pushed Macbeth to abuse his powers, it was ultimately his own doing because he had a choice to go or not go along with it. Macbeth decided to go through with his plan to kill Duncan, “I am settled, and bend up/Each corporal agent to this terrible feat/Away, and mock the time with fairest show/False face must hide what the false heart doth know” (1.7.92-96).
Hamlet's uncertainty and procrastination throughout the play were caused because of his morals beliefs. Even though Claudius murdered Hamlets father, Hamlet could not kill him while he was praying and repenting for his wrong doing. In the end, Hamlet he kills Claudius for poisoning his mother. This shows a different side of the moral issue, and helps make sure that at the end, there is no misunderstanding and the order of the moral events are equal and no side has won.
Not in this world.’ ‘Then she’ll die, and her death will destroy others” (51). Haimon knew of the injustice that Kreon had established but did little anything about it. After Antigone’s suicide, Haimon attempted to murder Kreon but failed and killed himself instead. His death and actions were rather reckless and unnecessary. Had Haimon been more logical and formed a coup within the government and use his influence on his father as his son, he could have succeeded in removing the oppressive injustice.
MacBeth is aware that his only motivation to kill the king is his ambition, and that ambition drives people to disaster. At the end of MacBeth’s monologue, he had chosen not to kill King Duncan, and shares his decision with his wife Lady Macbeth once she enters. Lady MacBeth, an power-hungry woman, persuades her husband to return to the plan of murdering their king. The first ploy she used to persuade MacBeth was an emotional appeal, making him feel bad about himself by calling him a coward. She asks him,”Wouldst thou have that, Which thou esteem’st the ornament of life, And live a coward in thine own esteem,” dubbing him a coward for retreating from the plan they originally agre... ... middle of paper ... ... obvious human truth is the manipulative power of women have over men by making them feel unmasculine.
So he went out and killed Banquo. After he killed him, he felt like he had to do more to control his kingdom, and believed that, “I am in blood, stepped in so far that should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go'oer”(Mac.3.4.135–137). After killing Banquo, Macbeth's confidence was at an all time high. He then went on to kill Macduff's family because he could not kill Macduff, who he found a threat t... ... middle of paper ... ...his ability to pick out flaws in people, unlike Duncan. Transition word Even though Macbeth was a great military leader, he had many flaws that made him a terrible leader for Scotland.
Macbeth’s ambition is clearly demonstrated when he says, I am his kinsman and his loyal subject… Then I am his host, Who should against his murderer shut the door, Not bare the knife myself… I have no... ... middle of paper ... ...end just to obtain his position as king. He would abuse his powers by killing people and not worrying about his duties as a king. Macbeth struggles in obtaining in sleep because he was unable to think straight. This sleep was partially one of the reasons for his death. Macduff’s ambition was to kill Macbeth, for his family and Scotland, so he is not like Macbeth who wants to kill everyone just for the throne.
Duncan was the King of England, and was murdered by MacBeth. He was murdered because in order for MacBeth to fulfill his plan and become king, Duncan would have to die. Duncan's fatal flaw was that he was too trusting. For example, he thought that none of his friends could really be enemies. If Duncan was more careful about his safety at MacBeth's castle, he may have had a chance to survive.
By this quote, Macbeth meant that the only reason he sees to kill Duncan was because he wanted to become king. He didn't think about the future consequences or repercussions. At first Macbeth was loyal, but his ambition overcame his morals a kind-heartedness and made him evil.