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I need help with Lesson 13: Literature of the Americas Unit Test... Anyone?

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    Macbeth is definitely a tragic hero. He has a tragic flaw, and must make choose between two undesirable alternatives, and by the end of the play, sees what he is faced with and what he must do, coming to the realization that it is all because of his own actions. Why could we consider Macbeth a tragic hero? A. He has to overcome much pain and sorrow. B. He becomes a powerful king. C. His tragic flaw helps to cause his downfall. D. He commits murder to get what he wants.

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