Duncan's Prediction Of Macbeth

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Did Macbeth take what the witches predicted too far? Though the witch’s prediction did help inspire him to commit Duncan’s murder, Lady Macbeth and Macbeth himself contributed to Duncan’s murder. The witches are a key factor to Duncan’s death. They predict that Macbeth will become king, “All hail, Macbeth that shalt be king hereafter!” Without this prediction, Macbeth wouldn’t have even thought about killing Duncan to become king. Lady Macbeth also play a big part in Duncan’s murder. Not only is she the one who committed the deed, but she taunts Macbeth by mocking him, “Was the hope drunk; Wherein you dressed yourself?” Questioning his love for her, “Was the hope drunk; wherein you dressed yourself?"2, doubting his love for her "Such I account
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