Macbeth Macbeth, who is hailed by the three witches as the ancestor of kings. Macbeth is an intelligent spiritual likeness of a villain-hero who feels his own guilt greatly, but eventually loses all moral sensitivity. Lady Macbeth, who forces Macbeth into murdering King Duncan, commits suicide under the stress of the guilty madness depicted in her sleepwalking scene. Macbeth meets the three witches so he can find out what his future holds. They told him that he will become king. Later on he does. When he became king, he found out that Banquo's sons will become king after Macbeth. Macbeth doesn't like Banquo so towards the end of the story he kills him. An example from the book about this is when both Lady Macbeth and Macbeth express their unhappiness. Macbeth speaks of his fear of Banquo especially. He refers to a dreadful deed that will happen that night but does not confide his plan for Banquo's murder to Lady Macbeth. Macbeth wants to kill Fleance and Banquo. So a third man joins the two whom Macbeth has already sent to kill them. The three manage to kill Banquo. Fleance escapes. At the end of the book, Macbeth dies. Macbeth has been slain. Macduff exits carring Macbeth's body.
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