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Culpability of Macbeth

Summary: Discusses the play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Examines to what extent Macbeth is to blame for the tragic events in the play.
"To what extent do you think Macbeth is in control of his own destiny and therefore responsible for events in the play"

Of William Shakespeare's many plays, "Macbeth" is definitely is definitely one of the most well known. In the play, Shakespeare consistently provokes thought on many aspects of Macbeth's character. He achieves this by giving the reader many reasons to both admire Macbeth, and despise him. One particular aspect of the play that is enthralling, and certainly worthy of discussion, is the idea of how much Macbeth is to blame for his own demise.

Although - in the play - Macbeth commits some truly evil deeds, I personally cannot help but feel sorry for him. There are many features of his character - especially towards the beginning of the play - that, in my opinion, justify my sympathy for the character. In Act one Scene two...

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