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Can Macbeth be held responsible for his own actions, or was he influences through other forces.
For nearly four hundred years, Shakespeare's work has been entertaining the public not just because of the beauty of the poetry but its relevance to today's society. During the course of the tragedy, 'Macbeth', we see power corrupting a heroic figure and making him a vicious, sinful tyrant. In today's culture, we see this happening to popular figures in other countries like Stalin in Russia. At the beginning of the play, we see Macbeth as having a reputation for heroism and he is known for his courageousness. By the end of the last act, he is described as a 'dead butcher'. At first, I symp…
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