The Responsibility Of Lady Macbeth In Shakespeare's Play

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There doesn't appear to be anything in the play that suggest that Macbeth was a pawn of the Gods and unable to make a decision on his own. He was weak, of course, and his ability to carry out the murders of King Duncan and the others that followed were not necessarily started by the witches, but by Lady Macbeth herself. It was her goading early on that led him to commit the acts he did. He might have been stirred up by the prophecie3s of the witches, but without the actions of Lady Macbeth, he would not have had the will nor the strength to commit those acts in the first
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