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"Tragedy of Macbeth" by William Shakespeare
In William Shakespeare's "Tragedy of Macbeth" the tragic hero Macbeth sets himself up for his own demise. There is only one main cause of the downfall of Macbeth, which was him listening to the witches prophecies and letting them influence him. This is what leads Macbeth on the path to his sadistic down fall.
The outside influence in Macbeth's life was too great for Macbeth to over come. During the time the witches first met Macbeth they said in their third prophecy: "All hail, Macbeth! That shalt be king here after!" (I.i.56-57).…
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