Macbeth Essay | The Free Will of Macbeth

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The Free Will of Macbeth

Summary: Essay provides a discussion regarding the free will of of the character Macbeth from William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
Is Macbeth the play about fate of free will? Does Macbeth have the power to change his fate? If the prophecies speak to Macbeth's fate, is he capable of changing it? Do the witches have the power to change it? These are the questions that arise after reading William Shakespeare's Macbeth. The weird sisters' prophecies to Macbeth that all come true leave the reader puzzled as to whether Macbeth chooses his own fate or fate is what controls his destiny. In fact, it is Macbeth's own free will that guides him through his actions of greed and eventually leads to his downfall. The witches' temptations to Macbeth, Macbeth's urge to fulfill the deceiving prophecies, and Lady Macbeth's strong influence are all factors that show that it is Macbeth's free will and not fate that controlled his destiny.

While many people say, when the prophecies come...

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