Who Is To Blame For Macbeth Analysis

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From honored soldier to murderous tyrant, Macbeth killed his way into power. He was informed of his “destiny” and stopped at nothing to achieve it. He had multiple chances to rethink his actions. He didn 't however, he kept on his march to power leaving only himself to blame. Macbeth is the only one to blame for his actions and ultimately, his death. Listening to witches Macbeth It all started when Macbeth and Banquo ran into the three witches. They told Macbeth three things “quote about what the witches tell him aka his future”. At the time it seems like nonsense. The first witch told the truth but, anyone could know that. The other two told supposid futures. When the thane of Cawdor dies and Macbeth assumes his title, he begins to believe. …show more content…

Macbeth had another chance to change his outcome. his wife was consumed with the idea that he would become king, so much so that she pushed him to kill the current King. She said she couldn 't do it because King Duncan looked too much like her own father. Macbeth could have easily dismissed this and not listened to his mentally dwindling wife, “Come, thick night, and pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell, that my keen knife see not the wound it makes, nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark, to cry ‘hold, hold!’” He followed the instructions of his wife and killed the king. This led to him going insane. Macbeth didn 't have to do this, he had already been promoted and had a better job than he had had beforehand. he was very well off and did not need the responsibilities of a king. he could have moved on and lived his life but, he killed the king. This event in the movie was portrayed with much more emotion than expected. this could easily help persuade Macbeth to do what his wife wants much more easily. Other than that, his wife is still Attempting to make him commit the biggest crime possible. If someone can justify committing the biggest crime you can commit you might want to rethink their credibility. Macbeth is to blame for all of his death, actions, and all side effects of

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