How Does Macbeth Contribute To His Own Downfall

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In the book Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, the character Macbeth is a power-hungry, and intrepid man who desires to be king. After killing King Duncn, Macbeth goes on a killing frenzy. He kills his best friend Banquo and many other people. Macduff, who was a nobleman of Duncan, later kills Macbeth. Macbeth had let all of his power get to his head, therefore, he was tempted by The Witches, Ignoring the advice of Banquo and letting all the greed and ambition get in the way of making very important decisions.
Macbeth led himself to his own downfall. After the battle against the Norwegians, The Witches approach Macbeth. They manipulate him into believing he will be King by giving him prophecies. He falls for the manipulation leading
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