Macbeth Essay | Macbeth: The Downfall

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Macbeth: The Downfall

Summary: Evaluates the reasons that contribute to the downfall of Macbeth.
In the play, "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare a tragic hero suffers a disastrous downfall because of the influence of other characters and largely because of his own character.

"Macbeth" is about a Scottish soldier who on his return from battle meets Three Withes on the moors, who tell him that he will become king of Scotland. It becomes clear to him that in order for him to be become king he has to kill the present day king, Duncan. Then after much persuasion from his wife, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth murders Duncan and is later crowned king. However, in order to keep his murder a secret, he has to commit more murders: he has his friend Banquo killed and Lady Macduff and her children. In the end, Lady Macbeth commits suicide and Duncan's son Malcolm, the rightful king, assembles an army and storms Macbeth's castle. Macbeth is killed...

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