How Does Macbeth's Character Determine His Fate?


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Elena Tumasz-Jordan Profile
Macbeth's ambition makes him want to take over the thrown and his superstition makes him believe what the witches have said (against Banquo's advice) and the fact that he's a tool makes him do what Lady Macbeth wants i.e. Kill the king. After this, he becomes drunk with power and kills a bunch of people to hide the first murder until he becomes calloused and indifferent.

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