From the play Macbeth, what are the examples of agression that have positive AND negative conscequences for society? Im writing an essay, the purpose of the essay is to demonstrate the positve and...

From the play Macbeth, what are the examples of agression that have positive AND negative conscequences for society?

Im writing an essay, the purpose of the essay is to demonstrate the positve and negative concequences of using agression/violence in macbeth and how it applies to our lives

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The two major examples of "aggression" in the play are when Macbeth kills Duncan and then has his friend Banquo killed. Before we look at that, however, we have to look at Macbeth's actions before these events. At the opening of the play, he is promoted for his bravery and violence, which can be read as aggression. The sergeant reports:

For brave Macbeth--well he deserves that name--

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