The Humanistic Flaw In Macbeth By William Shakespeare

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During act one, scene seven, of William Shakespeare 's Macbeth, the author began to tinker with the major flaw of Macbeth, his insatiable need for fulfilling his prophecy. Inevitably, this became the focal point of the scene and the play. One could come to the conclusion that Shakespeare wanted the audience to understand the humanistic flaw that plagued Macbeth. Although one’s needs are their greatest importance, ultimately, it is their ambition that they value the most, and it became clear during this scene that, although Macbeth knew that his ambition was evil, he decided to go against his guilty conscious, and pursue his eventual demise. It is a tragedy that Macbeth could tell the difference between nobility and evil, during the passage he
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