Power Hungry. Blood Thirsty.

By: Sydney Malcolm

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Macbeth's Downfall

Macbeth is responsible for his own death and downfall. Macbeth is a very gullible and trusting to people that he shouldn't be. First, he trust the witches when they tell him about the three prophecies. When he first meets the witches, they chant, "All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Glamis!...Thane of Cawdor!...that shalt be King hereafter"(1.3.52-57)! These state what is true, Thane of Glamis, and what he thinks will come true because they have already known the truth. Next, he lets his wife convince him of murder. Not knowing yet that she is mentally insane he listens to what she has to say, "O, never Shall sun that morrow see"(1.5.70-71)! Lady Macbeth convinces Macbeth to kill Duncan so that he becomes king. She thinks he will become king this way because of the prophecies. Lastly, Macbeth is drove to get Macduff killed by the apparitions. The first of the three apparitions warns of Macduff, "Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff; Beware the Thane of Fife. Dismiss me. Enough"(4.1.79-81). Macbeth has already had suspicions of Macduff and now he is confirmed by the apparitions. Macbeth gets murders to kill Macduff and then his family. These three quotes show how easily Macbeth can be persuaded to do something that is not the best option.
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Piece of Art

This picture describes how he ruined or cause his own downfall. Macbeth trusted far to many people. He was gullible throughout the book with the trust he put in people. In the end all the trust and gullibility, he got a lesson for life. Macbeth was killed.
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Macbeth and Lady Macbeth plan to kill

Duncan is the person that they will kill

After Duncan's death, Macbeth will be king

Lady Macbeth will start to go crazy

Macbeth listens to witches prophecies

Listening to these make Macbeth lazy

Macbeth being lazy cost him his life

Lady Macbeth will die from suicide

Malcolm will become king after these deaths