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Who Is Responsible for the Downfall of Macbeth and How Is His Fall from Grace Dramatic?

Summary: Examines the play Macbeth, by Shakespeare. Explores the character of Macbeth and postulates who, ultimately, is responsible for his downfall.
I have watched a film, read the play and seen a live performance of Macbeth. All interpretations of the story contain a powerful presentation of Shakespeare's masterpiece about love, revenge, greed and power. My personal opinion on Macbeth is that he brought his downfall upon himself. He was broken down in stages and with the influence of people surrounding him, fell to darkness and damnation. Morally, Macbeth should only accept responsibility for his actions. However, in his defence it can be easy to be provoked by people into taking actions that can lead to unfortunate consequences, as Macbeth found out. The trusting of his wife's judgment and the witches' influences sealed his fate. Most people would be happy with his status and lifestyle. He had a castle, a noble duty as servant to Scotland...

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