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Tragedy of Macbeth written by William Shakespeare Storyboard by Ignacio Garcia, Raphael Reaport, and Alberto Ponce
The Three Witches foretell a prophecy of Macbeth and his Hamartias
Macbeth murders King Duncan in his sleep. He stabs King Duncan multiple times and proceeds to use the daggers as evidence to blame the servants. Macbeth' s own ambition to become King was his hamartia or flaw that made him murder royalty for his own gain.
Macbeth becomes King due to the death of King Duncan and his sons' decision to flee. It is at this point of the story that the reader fully conclude that Macbeth is the tragic hero. As we learn from his perspective throughout the play and that he even though he is a hero in many people's eyes, he had to murder someone to achieve his own goals. Proving to the readers that he has his own "tragic" flaws.
Macbeth's hamartia, ambition, pushes him to do a dirtier deed than his murder of King Duncan. He decides to murder his own best friend, Banquo and his son, Fleance, because he wants to keep the King's bloodline to himself as the three witches foretell Banquo having a line of Kings and Macbeth decides to send two murderers to ensure his own line of Kings.
Run, my son!!!!
During Macbeth's coronation feast, he begins to be haunted by Banquo's ghost. He exclaims his fear to the entire room and truly begins to fear what he has done.
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