Macbeth's Fatal Flaw

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Although Macbeth was of noble blood, his belief in fate will be the fatal flaw to bring on his downfall. First, three witches plan to meet with Macbeth who upon meeting state, “All hail, Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter.” Yet Macbeth doesn’t know it at this point that he will have to go through a tragic suffering to do so. Soon after he becomes Thane of Cawdor he and Lady Macbeth dirty their hands with Duncan's blood so Macbeth could become king. Second, Macbeth’s lineage was of Scottish royalty. Macbeth was the cousin of the king, Duncan, whom he was very close to before the deed had been done. Killing the king brought mental suffrage to Macbeth and his wife both. While feeling He also ordered the murders of Macduff’s family and Banquo
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