Why Macbeth Was A Tragedy. (Shakespeare) This essay describes the main aspects of macbeths downfall due to his excessive ambition.
The play Macbeth can leave us with a very strong sense of helplessness. The character MacBeth is convinced that when he is hit by bad times that he is a victim of fate and that he has no control over the occurrences in his world. The purpose of this essay is to prove to the reader that MacBeth is a victim of ambition and greed not of the will of otherworldly beings. Many things contributed to MacBeth's eventual downfall. His interpretation of the witches' first prophecy set MacBeth onto the road less traveled and better left so. Lady MacBeth is also a prime factor in MacBeth's actions.
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- Why Macbeth Was A Tragedy. (Shakespeare) This essay describes the main aspects of macbeths downfall due to his excessive ambition.
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