Macbeth has an empty title; he is unpopular and unloved. Clint Eastwood's character in the western film, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, is fundamentally selfish. Macbeth then senses threat from a noble friend of his named Banquo. Remorse and regret is a necessity for ones wrong doings or deeds. There are three factors which contribute to the downfall of Macbeth character. Macbeth tries to be brave and just to himself but deep inside his morality is broken although Lady Macbeth tried her heart out to justify each evil acts of Macbeth.
Now it is up to Macbeth to analyze his thoughts and decide his fate. He gets tangled up in a web of death and lies. From the courages in defense of Scotland issignificant in the opening scene. Nonetheless, he ends in death, with his wife also dead, and fully realizing the emptiness of his life. He took this to heart and because he wanted to become king and he now thought it was in the realm of possibility, yet he knew it would not happen legally, he was really left with just one option. Macbeth can be considered a Shakespearean tragic hero because he possesses the tragic flaw of ambition. Macbeth is just realizing that what he has done is irreversible and he will never be able to get it off of his conscious.
This is because, when he knows the truth, he feels like he does not deserve to have eyesight as he cannot use it to see the real thing. Both Macbeth and Oedipus rise to greatness onlyto fall back down. They have many similarities anddifferences. From the beginning of the play this tragedy of his was manifested through forces beyond human; the supernatural if you will. In the most successful tragedies, the tragic hero's flaw is not just a characteristic they have in addition to their heroic qualities, but one that emerges from their heroic qualities—for instance, a righteous quest for justice or truth that leads to terrible conclusions, or the arrogance that often accompanies greatness. So, the following question remains? The arrival of the three witches also signifies the contributing factor as an instrument. His success for his acheivement is rewarded, and his confidence is made stronger because of this.
He feels the need to kill off Banquo and his son because they know too much and are a possible threat. Besides, before that Teiresias told that Oedipus has two good eyes but he does not see the situation he living in. He was able to be the king of Scotland because he had killed the previous king of Scotland. In the end Macduff who was born by C-section, which was not considered to be born of a woman kills Macbeth. A Christian who despairs gives up on achieving the kind of significance he wants; Macbeth gives up on the possibility of significant action period.
Gatsby organizes his entire life around regaining Daisy: he makes himself rich through dubious means , he rents a house directly across a bay from hers, he throws lavish parties in the hopes that she will come. By the end of the play, at his death, Macbeth was completely a tragic hero as a character. Despite Macbeth's great potential he endures an overriding flaw that he constantly gives in to. Jay Gatsby as Tragic Hero in The Great Gatsby The protagonist of F. A tragic hero has a tragic flaw of an exaggerated trait that leads to their downfall and eventually to death. To sum it up, the debate over whether Macbeth is a hero or villain should be put to rest because it is quite evident that Macbeth is a tragic, tragic hero. The witches are the ones that set things in motion.
He possesses a number of admirable qualities, among these honesty and conscience. The plays that we had studied are Oedipus Rex by Sophocles and Macbeth by Shakespeare. His ambition keeps him yearning for more when he has already achieved his objective. Macbeth's action's lead to his very nemises. Thus, one cannot say that he fully grasps the significance of what he is saying and doing. According to Aristotle's definition, Oedipus is a tragic hero because he is a king whose life falls apart when he finds out his life story. He speaks so unconvincingly that Lady Macbeth finds herself being forced to faint to take the attention away from her spouse.
According to the modern conception of a tragic hero, both an antihero and a Byronic hero could also be tragic heroes. He is a tragic hero because he knows what he is doing is wrong, yet he fails to realise that his future happiness will rest on the outcome of that fatal night. This is not a story simply of a fall from natural virtue but, rather the fall of a man from the state of grace. Following an important battle three witches tell Macbeth that he will become the Thane of Cawdor and the King of Scotland. This, taken as forcefully as it is stated, would be highly perverse.
Overall, it was clear in the story that Macbeth was definitely a tragic hero. Macbeth has lost his zest for life — life is hollow and meaningless after the murder and until his own death. Macbeth and his wife overcome the task to kill the king and Macbeth becomes King of Scotland. Macbeth does not heed this warning, and later he and Lady Macbeth will sacrifice all they have for something that they think will make them happy. Hence, one must answer Moseley by saying two things. The message Banquo is trying to get across is that in order to bring about our destruction, sometimes the forces of evil tell us simple truths, leading us to trust them. Macbeth chooses to live a life in accord with a flawed view of manliness, one that directly rejects the higher world of Christianity.
His fall must come from a true flaw that manifests itself in his error in judgment. The logos of his world, if you will, is no longer centered on Theos particularly the Christian Theos , and, as such, there is no fundamental account that holds meaning. His first one was to kill Duncan, who was not only the King whom he had loyally served for a long time, but also his own cousin. He encounters the witches in Act1, scene1, and from this point he is now a step closer to realising what his future holds… so he thinks. Just as important, the tragic flaw makes the tragedy more powerful because it means that the source of the tragedy is internal to the character, not merely some outside force. In my paper, I am not as focused on the role of fate and its relation to free will. A tragic hero who, because of a flaw, tumbles from a well-respected hero to a cowardless murderer.
There are a number of characteristics described by Aristotle that identify a tragic hero. Macbeth also knows that there is not a single justifiable reason why he should kill the good man who has treated him as his own. Macbeth is clearly a hero because at the very beginning in Act 1 many characters speak of how heroic Macbeth was and how he performed in battle in defense of his kings land. Macbeth is a brave hero, highly ranked by his own family and society, as well as the country. He feels as if he is constantly under threat, yet if Macbeth fears no physical danger, then occult forces intimidate Macbeth.