Banquo In Macbeth

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Banquo was a loyal vassal of Duncan and a great warrior. These were the virtues most prized in Macbeth's time, as emphasized by the approving description of Macbeth's actions in the battle against the rebel Macdonwald. Beyond this, one could say that Banquo, though ambitious and intrigued by the witches' prophecy that his descendents would be kings, remains loyal and is certainly unwilling to compromise his basic humanity to fulfill his ambitions. Banquo is also loyal because he is loyal to the king and Macbeth. He is respectful because he wait to get all the facts and doesn’t say nothing when he not sure. Banquo is also a brave and noble - characteristics that Macbeth arguably doesn't possess. Interestingly, like Macbeth, Banquo is