Macbeth Protagonist Character

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The Protagonist character is most times the main character and the antagonist character is at most times the one who is against the main character. Macbeth can be seen as both in the play. I believe Macbeth to be a good person, but because of the environment that he is in and he people that influence his life he, later on, becomes a bad person. Macbeth can be seen as a protagonist because of his tragic flaw, Macbeth 's ambition is his own flaw. This is seen in Act I, scene 4, when Macbeth questions killing King Duncan: "Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.”Another attribute of a protagonist is having nobility and has greatness.This is very evident in the play. It is Macbeth’s tragic fall and noble origin that

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