when does banquo show antagonist in the drama

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Banquo is never really an antagonist. Macbeth thinks that he is an antagonist because, by the end of the play, Macbeth is CRAZY. Banquo knows his good friend is weak minded from act 1, "Look, how our partner's rapt...". The witches need only suggest a few ideas to Macbeth and he is lost in thought, salivating at the possibilities. Banquo further questions Macbeth in another aside in Act 3, "Thou hast it now: King, Cawdor, Glamis......". I'm never really sure if Macbeth actually suspects Banquo of plotting or saying anything. The fact that he was the only other person there when the witches first appeared seems reason enough to kill him. In this sense Banquo is an antagonist but only in Macbeth's increasingly paranoid mind.


Macbeth (play)

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