Death Is Inevitable In Macbeth

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Macbeth Act V Macbeth's death was inevitable. Because he wanted to be king, his wife talked him into murdering Duncan, who was the king and a relative, while Duncan was a guest in his home. He had his best friend, Banquo, murdered because the witches predicted that Banquo’s descendents would be kings. He also wanted Banquo’s son, Fleance, murdered, but he escaped. Macbeth had reason to be afraid of Macduff, so he sent men to kill Macduff’s wife and children. This showed how evil he had become. When Macbeth became king, he showed how desperate he was by planting spies in the nobles’ houses and putting out lies about Malcolm, who should have legally been on the throne. Even when he heard that his wife had died, Macbeth’s response

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