In the play MacBeth, Who is most responsible for MacBeth's downfall? Why?

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  • 2 months ago

    Macbeth’s failure to adhere to his conscience and moral resolutions is one of his biggest mistakes which directly leads to the brutal death of King Duncan. His greed for power and to fulfill his desires lead to his ultimate downfall.

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  • Mandy
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    2 months ago

    If you read the play you will know.  I cannot believe that you have read it and do not have the answer to that question.

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