Hamlet and macbeth are such characters who portray as

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judgement or some character flaw and the audience must feel pity and fear for this character. Hamlet and Macbeth are such characters who portray as tragic heroes through their nobility, tragic flaws, and errors in judgment. In Macbeth, Macbeth is commended for his bravery in battle, along with his friend Banquo. Both of them come across the three witches who predict that Macbeth will one day become a King. In order to do so, Macbeth kills King Duncan assisted by his wife. A nobleman Macduff discovers the body. Macbeth kills the guards with a view to remove evidence of his killing. Macbeth acquires the crown. The ghost of Banquo appears to Macbeth. Lady Macbeth’s conscience starts torturing her and she sees King Duncan’s blood on her hands whilst sleepwalking. She eventually commits suicide. Subsequently, Macduff kills Macbeth and Malcolm becomes the King. Hamlet and Macbeth have certain traits as cited above which contribute to their tragedies. In the beginning of both of the Shakespeare’s plays, Hamlet and Macbeth’s noble status is seen. Before Macbeth is introduced in the play, Duncan and Ross speak of his bravery and greatness. Duncan is jubilant to hear of noble Macbeth’s victory over Norway and he tells Ross to go greet his “worthiest cousin” that noble Macbeth has won the battle. Macbeth is crowned with the title of “Thane of Glamis”, but his new name “Worthy Cawdor” adds to his already established nobility. The
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