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Macbeths Downfall Many things in life can lead people to an unpleasant ending You can be demolished in many ways that you would never think For example the book Macbeth by William Shakespeare Macbeth was brought to his defeat by the three witches his wife Lady Macbeth and himself He was driven to commit wickedness which drove him to destruction In life predictions can take you to where you never thought it could lead you to In Macbeth the three witches also known as the weird sisters had a vast influence on Macbeths end The witches had evil thoughts They messed with Macbeths mind making him think that no one could ruin him The witches drove Macbeth to commit murders Violence was the key to their power as they thought it could bring them to high standards Their predictions for Macbeth drove him to murder Duncan to order Banquos and Banquos sons death The influences by the witches lead Macbeth to one event to another leading to his destruction Macbeth and Lady Macbeth had a strong love connection Lady Macbeth had also a great amount to do with Macbeths destruction Lady Macbeth persuaded him to commit the crimes he did Macbeth could not say No even knowing what he was about to do was wrong Lady Macbeth was the dominant one in this relationship Another way why Macbeth was lead to this was because Lady Macbeth would question him about his manliness until he felt that he must murder someone and prove to himself that he is a man Lady Macbeth pushed Macbeth to commit the crimes Macbeth was led by wicked thoughts of the witches Being told that he will be made thane of cawdor he had a great desire for power He killed people for his own benefit He thought
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