Is Macbeth A Victim Of His Own Character Analysis

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In how far is Macbeth a victim of his own character? What are the factors that also contribute to his downfall? Analyze (800-1000) words.
Shakespeare’s play were very famous in fifteen century and it has become very famous in the present days and we have Macbeth written by William Shakespeare were we found that he become the victim of his own character and some factors like prophecies of witches becoming him thane of Cawdor and he cannot be defeated by a man born from women and even with influence of the lady Macbeth to him made downfall to his character.

Now from the beginning of the play we know that the scene opens with thunder and lightning entering three weird witches saying “Fair is foul and foul is fair” and they meet Macbeth on the way from war between Scotland and Norway. When witches foretold the prophecies Macbeth becoming the thane of Cawdor and Macbeth says” By Sinel’s death, I know I am
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Macbeth now thinks himself that whatever wrong things he did was known by the Banquo and again he plans to kill Banquo and his son. From here we know that by thinking and having imagination to become king leads to do other false deeds and downfall to his own character. For this reasons he sends three murderers to murder Banquo and his son Fleance but somehow Fleance escapes and murder reports to Macbeth for the incidence. From here we know that there is no art to see the construction of the mind this is what we usually talk about, do not judge the book by its cover and likewise it will be very hard to study someone by their physical looks and very hard to read somebody’s mind. Even Macbeths has killed his good friend Banquo and king Duccan so from here we can make out that we even cannot trust our own good friends because it is difficult to study someone’s

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