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At the beginning of the play, Banquo shows valour and courage. 'Unseamed him from the naves to the chops' Zoom in on the phrases Despite all the struggles of the war, Banquo keeps fighting and is an example of physical strength. I can't quite remember the quotes but act 1, scene 1 is the best place to look. Banquo is loyal to his values. He expressed due concern after Mcbeth's apparition, warning him of potential consequences. He is thoughtful of his friends and is not consumed by matters of self-interest. When Fleance is being chased, Banquo's first thoughts are to protect him. He puts others first and risks his live to help those who are important to him.
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