Macbeth Character Analysis Act 1-2
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"For brave Macbeth, well... Battlements," (I.ii. 16-23).
"Present fears / Are less than horrible imaginings. / My thoughts, whose murder yet is but fantastical," (I.iii 138-140).
"I do fear thy nature. It is too full of the milk of human kindness, (I.v 16-17).
The wounded Captain tells King Duncan about Macbeth's bravery in the war against their enemies. It shows that the protagonist is courageous in dire situations.
Ross and Angus explain to Macbeth that he is now the Thane of Cawdor after meeting the Weird Sisters and hearing their prophecies about him. This shows he is already thinking murder and his ambitions.
Lady Macbeth had received the letter about the Weird Sisters and the prophecies but she fears her husband's kind nature.
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