Macbeth: Macbeth a Tragic Hero - His Strengths, His Weaknesses, His Tr
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Macbeth: Macbeth A Tragic Hero - His Strengths, His Weaknesses, His Tragic Flaw and the Effect of Outside Influences on His Nature
The contributions of Macbeth towards his fate in becoming the "tragic hero" is evident from the first act. Like other of Shakespearean plays, the tragic hero, Macbeth, is noble, honourable and highly respected by the general public at the start of the play. Unfortunately Macbeth contributes to his own fate more than what is implied. What seems to be his strengths, backfires and these become his weaknesses. During the play, Macbeth's strengths were ambition, courage, and honour.
Prior to the murders Macbeth utilised his strengths well and this earned him a new title: "Thane of Cawdor". "For brave…show more content… Macbeth's kind and passionate nature is easily manipulated by his wife. The witches throughout the play, especially at the start, play an important role as they suggest from their speeches that Macbeth is superstitious. Also their speeches can be interpreted as telling the readers that Macbeth's superstitious nature will lead to something fatal. He feels the pressure of his imagination heightening into illusion, like the vision of the dagger which he thinks invites him