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How does Macbeth’s tragic flaw lead him to disaster in the final act of The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare?

His desire for revenge destroys Dunsinane.
His ambition starts him on a path that leads to more evil.
His greed causes him to betray the king.
His overconfidence ruins his chances to become king.

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