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  • Act I: Loyal, Courageous, Brave
  • Macbeth was brave in battle and...
  • Act II: Confused, Doubtful, Guilt
  • What have I done?
  • Act III: Tyranny, Insane, Ambition
  • I will advise you where to plant yourselves...
  • In the first Act of the play, Macbeth is portrayed as loyal, courageous and brave. Macbeth is brave because the captain says "For brave Macbeth, disdaining fortune..."(I, ii, 16-17). Also King Duncan gives the position of Thane of Cawdor to Macbeth for his courage and bravery in the battlefield since the original Thane of Cawdor was executed.
  • Act IV: Prideful, Paranoid, Frustrated
  • How now, you secret, black, and midnight hags?
  • In the second Act of the play, Macbeth goes from loyal and brave to confused, doubtful and guilt. Macbeth is doubtful because he says "I am afraid to think what I have done"(II, ii, 49). Macbeth is also confused for killing Duncan. Macbeth also feels guilt in him due to the fact that he "took" Duncan's sleep away from hi,.
  • Act V: Fearless and Bold
  • In the third Act of the play, Macbeth is now portrayed as insane, tyrannic and ambitious. Macbeth's tyranny emerges when he says "I will advise you where to plant yourselves..."(III, i, 128). When Macbeth says this he is ordering the murderers to kill Banquo and is starting to act like a tyrant. Macbeth's ambition shows when he starts planning things out without Lady Macbeth's words. Macbeth also goes insane when he sees Banquo's ghost.
  • Final Analysis
  • In the fourth act of the play Macbeth is now prideful, paranoid, and frustrated. Macbeth is paranoid about the prophecy because when he sees the eight kings, who are Banquo's kids, he freaks out and gets paranoid. He also gets frustrated with the prophecy and now wants to kill Macduff's family. Macbeth is prideful because he says, "I conjure you by that which you profess, answer me"(IV, i, 50-51). Macbeth now is prideful because he wants to take things into his own hands now.
  • In the fifth act of the play Macbeth is fearless and bold. Macbeth is fearless because he says, "...yet I will try the last"(V, viii, 32). He will even try to fight Macduff even though everything in the prophecy came true. Macbeth is bold because he is confident in the beginning of the act until he is slain by Malcolm.
  • Throughout the entire play Macbeth's personality changes from being loyal and brave to prideful, paranoid and confident. The prophecy changed Macbeth's personality and the way he views things. At first Macbeth is loyal to Duncan but in Act II Macbeth kills him in order to become king. Macbeth killed Duncan because of Lady Macbeth's words, but later in the play Macbeth doesn't need her words anymore and he becomes really ambitious and starts to act tyrannic.Overall the prophecy changed Macbeth's personality and his view on his morals.
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