Who is the most realistic character in Macbeth?

Not asking you to do my homework I just want a start, King Duncan seems to be the only normal character, but don’t want to get stuck doing a crappy presentation, any ideas?

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  • Hello Ian,

    In my opinion, the wonderful thing about Shakespeare is that ALL his characters are realistic. Realistic doesn’t mean mundane or ‘normal’, as you put it. It simply means that they are believable – their actions are appropriately motivated and we can understand (at least to some extent) why they do what they do.

    So, you can take a gander at any of the characters. If you need more info, you might find these links useful:

    http://samantha-markham.suite.com/what-makes-ma…

    http://whatsitallaboutshakespeare.blogspot.co.uk/…

    Hope that helps!

    Source(s): http://whatsitallaboutshakespeare.blogspot.co.uk/…

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