Macbeth's Argumentative Essay

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The Tyrant beheaded in Battle
Macbeth, the late King of Scotland, has been killed in battle by Malcom, the son of King Duncan of Scotland, after the invasion of England army that took over the Castle of Dunsinane. The castle was found abandoned by its citizen and royal guards and soldiers after witnessing the approaching army of England, leaving only one person behind. This projects the loyality and gives us hints to what Thane of Glamis was worth of. The former tyrant of Scotland whose name only brings death to mind. Macbeth who refused to have his pride stomped and admit defeat against Sir Macduff and our King Malcom, stayed behind to prove he was worthy of the title ‘King’ and to prove he is the ultimate ruler of Scotland. His arrogance
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But Sir Macduff and King Malcom were able to flee in the nick of the time before Macbeth got his hands on them. Disastrously, furious Macbeth devoured by his wrath ordered his own personal mercenaries that he kept close by for this very situations to annihilate Macduff’s family.
Macbeth, a man with no mercy towards children and women.
Moreover, there had been rumours that the death of Banquo and the attempt to murder his son, Fleance, are all connected to Macbeth. Banquo has been murdered right after he left the castle of Dunsinane. His body was found dead in the river just outside the castle.
The servants who served and survived Macbeth merciless dictatorship said that from time to time they found him alone nervously covered in sweat as if he was talking to someone in a rebellious voice. Some speculate that the person he was trying to talk to was Banquo who is haunting him as a result of him murdering him even after all their battles they have fought together and all the hardship they have gone through together.
Here are some people’s opinions on Macbeth as a King, warrior and a leader of the country:

“Intolerable. Inexcusable. And utterly disgusting. He is a shame to

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