Valour's minion or bloody butcher?
At the start of Shakespeare's tragedy "Macbeth", the protagonist has a reputation for heroism; by the last act he is described as a "bloody butcher". It is true that we sympathise with Macbeth at first, particularly because of the way he is influenced by the Witches and Lady Macbeth. Nevertheless, as the play progresses, we ultimately recognise that he has to be held responsible for what happens to him.
<Tab/>While three Witches sing of their intention to meet Macbeth, a general in Duncan's army and, subsequently, usurper King of Scotland,…
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