The Witches Are Responsible For Macbeth's Downfall Analysis

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People are responsible for the consequences of their actions. When people are not responsible for their own actions, they tend to blame others for their problems. The lack of personal responsibility makes us as human beings, less responsible. The more you lack personal responsibility, the more you make excuses in order to get out of your own personal problem. In the story, Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, it shows Macbeth being a person that has little to no personal responsibilities. In the first scene, Macbeth was shown as a leader and a warrior. Right after, he met the weird/crazy witches. These witches then persuaded Macbeth into believing that he will become the Thane of Cawdor and Glamis. Based on an analysis of the play, both Macbeth and the witches are responsible for Macbeth’s demise in William Shakespeare’s, Macbeth.…show more content…
A scene that demonstrates this is the scene where Macbeth said he wasn’t scared of anything. Before he said that he wasn’t scared of anything, he was awaiting confidently in his castle for the battle the witches told him. After a while, he heard that a huge army was ready to march towards his castle. This made him talk about the bitter regrets he made in his life. In the quote that I’m about to write, was said by Macbeth himself and it is about him talking about how he was not scared of anything. “...Then fly, false thanes, And mingle with English epicures. The mind I swap by and the hear I bear. Shall never sag with doubt nor shake with feaR”-Macbeth (V, III, pg.76). According to Macbeth, he said, “Shall never say with doubt nor shake with fear”, which meant that he isn’t scared of anything or anyone. This scene demonstrated that he was over-confident because it shows him not backing down from a challenge nor being afraid of a

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