• anonymous
Why or why not was Macbeth's death noble?
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  • anonymous
And what are your thoughts on this question?
  • Mani_Jha
Macbeth's death was destined. He couldn't live long after murdering his king, his best friend, or, becoming a dictator. Good always defeats Evil in the long run. Macbeth choose Evil, that's why he died.
  • anonymous
Redwood_Girl, in my opinion, I didn't think his death was noble. He was once a valiant thane who ruined his own reputation and morality because of too strong ambition and trusting the supernatural too much, which also adds to the fact that he took all the apparitions to face-value when he could've thought of it more thoroughly, leading to his untimely death, even at which point he does not surrender. But then again, the idea that he was once a good person at the beginning of the play, and only did he become bad due to influences (wife and witches), there is pity for the character.

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