Macbeth's Flaws

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A Tragic Hero in one of Shakespears plays are noble men who have a great flaw and because of that flaw goes threw a downfall but in the end they learn a lesson. In the play of Macbeth, Macbeth is a tragic hero. Macbeth is a nobleman with many flaws. One of his most prominent flaws is his over ambition and that he was easy to manipulate. Macbeth was willing to do anything he could in order to be king. Even if it meant killing those who were next in line and even witnesses. Macbeth is known as a brave and respectable man. Throughout the beginning of the play he is called, Thane of Glamis, Worthy Gentleman, and Valient Cousin. These names show that he is a respected man. His downfall begins with his unsettling desire to become king. His desire

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