How Does Banquo Change In Act 2 Of Macbeth

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Shakespeare’s Macbeth describes the detailed story of the thane of Glamis, a noble man and general, who takes the throne as the king of Scotland, by murdering the king and taking his place. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth’s wife, was a very ambitious woman, who convinced Macbeth to go through with the deed, as she had a passion to become the queen. After the deed is done, Macbeth is so focused on taking the throne, to the point where he will not let anything or anyone stand in his way, implying that he would go through with killing someone again, even his best friend Banquo, in order to keep his place on the throne, which is eventually what happens. In act 3 scene 2 of Macbeth, Shakespeare conveys a shift in characterization, as Macbeth becomes the one

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