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Was Macbeth too much a victim to be a full tragic hero? Was he too manipulated by the Witches, Lady Macbeth, and fate (to be considered a tragic hero)?
The play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy about a Scottish lord, Macbeth, who becomes too ambitious. He starts off as a brave, loyal and noble man, but his ambition and thirst for power lead him onto a path of ruthlessness and self-destruction, and ultimately his own death. While Macbeth is manipulated by various people and occurrences, the main ones being the witches, Lady Macbeth and Fate, one theme that remains constant throughout the play is the power of choice. Macbeth does have the ability to choose, and it is this ability that makes him a tragic hero, not a victim.…
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- Was Macbeth too much a victim to be a full tragic hero? Was he too manipulated by the Witches, Lady Macbeth, and fate (to be considered a tragic hero)?
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