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If his judgment had remained intact in the face of the witches' powerful prophecy, he certainly would have decided not to let his actions be dictated by a prophecy given to him by three strange witches who evade most of the questions he asks. With great trepidation and considerable pressure from Lady Macbeth, he commits his second mistake by proceeding to murder King Duncan. Driven by a persecution complex that starts with the knowledge that Banquo is meant to be the f... ... middle of paper ... ...vil, until it becomes too late to save his humanity. Works Cited and Consulted: Campbell, Lily B. "Macbeth : A Study in Fear."
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