Macbeth. "The devil himself could not pronounce a/title/More hateful (V,7,10-12)." Macbeth is the Shakespearean tragedy that is known for its evil and morbid content. The tragic hero of the play, Macbeth, is proven to be an evil man. His evil actions, however, are influenced by temptation and the supernatural which result in him a feeling of guilt and agony.
The evil actions of treason and murder which Macbeth commmits are morally inexusable.
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have a conscience.
In conclusion, Macbeth becomes evil throughout the play only because he is tempted and provoked by others. His conscience bothers him until he feels that redemption is not possible. His acts of treason, murder, and his wife's suicide make the play Macbeth one of Shakespeare's most deep tragedies. One must never "forget the taste of tears"; for fear is the conscience that stops people like Macbeth from doing stupid and immoral actions.