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"Macbeth" by William Shakespeare. Is Macbeth to Blame for the Murders in His Name?
It is my belief, that the character of Macbeth, in the play of the same name by William Shakespeare, was not completely to blame for the murders in his name. Macbeth's character is kind, sociable, generous, intelligent yet immature, and very loyal to his wife. The latter two played the biggest parts in his rise and fall as king of Scotland. All the events leading up to his crowning and death can be attributed to his weak personality and willingness to abide by his wife's wishes.
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