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Act I - Bravery & Uncertain
"I dare do all that may become a man, Who dares do more is none." (Act I, vii, 47-48)
Act II - Doubtful and Guilty
Act III - Ambitious & Tyrannical
Macbeth shows his bravery in act I by being successful in the war. He also becomes uncertain and doubtful after listening to the witches' prophecy for him. In act I, he doesn't know what to do about prophecy and tells his wife.
Act IV - Paranoid
Macbeth is still doubtful of the prophecies and what he should do. His wife, Lady Macbeth calls him a coward and too kind to be able to make the prophecy come true. In act II, Macbeth finally kills Duncan based on his wife's plan, but isn't able to sleep because of the guilt from the murder.
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