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Macbeth’s Downfall: Fate or His Own Actions?

This paper discusses the question of whether Macbeth's downfall is due to fate or to his own actions and argues that it is the result of the latter.
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Macbeth's Downfall Fate or His Own Actions In Shakespeare's Macbeth there is an unanswered question that thatreader or observer of the play must figure out the answer to Was Macbeth'sdownfall the result of irresistible fate or of his own actions Certainlythere are elements of fate in the play The three witches for example make accurate predictions about his future titles hailing him as thane ofGlamis thane of Cawdor and then King hereafter Shakespeare Act I Scene III - Moreover the three witches

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