Banquo Character Analysis

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Maslow, Erikson, and Freud all are psychology professors some of their work will be featured in this paper of the character analysis of Banquo from the play from William Shakespeare's play Macbeth. From Macbeth’s friend, to a soon to be father of kings, to death. Banquo is in the need for safety and security because he feels that Macbeth is trying to kill him and his son. During the play you can tell that Banquo if worried about Macbeth after the prophecies they both got from the witches at the beginning of the play. Banquo wants to protect fleance when they are jumped by the murders that Macbeth hired to kill them. Banquo is in the stage 7 area because he raised a kid and somewhat dose community service. In the beginning of the play Macbeth and Banquo are fighting with the Scottish army against the Norwegian army invading Scotland. When Banquo and Fleance get attacked by the murders Macbeth sent to kill them Banquo gives his life to save Fleance. Banquo is more of a super ego because he tries to stop Macbeth before Banquo dies. Banquo and Fleance go riding to their castle when they get jumped by 3 murders that Macbeth hired to kill them. When they get jumped Banquo gets off and fights the murders. While doing this Banquo yells at Fleance to run, giving up his own life for his son. Banquo is interpersonal because Banquo lies right in Macbeths face when Macbeth invites him to the banquet. During the play Banquo seems to get along with a tons of people throughout the time Banquo was actually alive. Scene Banquo if a part of the Scottish army, Banquo has to work well with others to trust them to have his back when they are fighting against the Norwegian army, which works well for Banquo because of his ability to get along with

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