How is Pride a theme in Macbeth?

Give details from the story to explain how this theme is shown.

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Part of Macbeth's journey into becoming a paranoid murdering scoundrel is pride. Macbeth becomes more prideful both of his office and his legacy. He can't handle the idea of Banquo's sons ruling after him.