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How would you describe Macbeth's character?



A. Brave
B. Coward
C. Tolerant
D. Ambitious

This question is part of Literature Test
Asked by Javitex, Last updated: May 18, 2020

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h.Miaham

H.Miaham

Answered Oct 10, 2017

The correct answers to the question “How would you describe Macbeth’s character?” are letter A, B, and D or brave, coward and ambitious, respectively. We’ll discuss it one by one. Macbeth’s character is considered as brave based on what the Sergeant said to King Duncan: “For brave Macbeth – well he deserves that name xxx”.

He then strayed away from being brave when he met the witches who fed him with lies that he was not only going to be king, but also become invincible. He then became ambitious, often entertaining the idea that he was going to be a king. He then becomes a coward simply by following Lady Macbeth’s orders, murdering the King and ordering his men to kill all newborn male babies.

 

javitex

Javitex

Answered Aug 30, 2017

Brave
Coward
Ambitious
 

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