Essay heading: Was Macbeth Responsible for the Killings

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Once he has killed King Duncan he must continue to kill to cover up what he has done. Unfortunately in the end all the excuses and reasons for the murders still boil down to once conclusion. Macbeth is responsible for his own actions. In the beginning Macbeth was an honourable man, but his ambition and influence of others drove him to forget his morality and led to a disastrous chain of events...
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At the beginning of the play Macbeth meets the witches. Their prophecy to Macbeth is that he will be Thane of Cawdor, Thane of Glams, and King. These prophesies put the idea of greatness into Macbeth's mind. The witches introduce the idea of fate into the play. We can wonder if after meeting the witches Macbeth would ever do the right thing, but it is realistic to believe that he is responsible for his actions and he is the one that made the decision to kill...
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