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Hello, I have to do an essay about Macbeth the question is who is to blame for the tragedy we read about in Shakespears macbeth. Do you believe the witches were to blame for the tragedy. Thanks, chris

Probably greed and ambition. Read about Macbeth's character here:


This site will give you some great insight into the evil in Macbeth.

In Scene 2, Macbeth describes his surroundings by saying, “Light thickens, and the crow / Makes wing to th’ rooky wood.” How can these remarks also be seen as a metaphorical commentary on the events of the play? What other remarks by Macbeth function in this way?

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