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Without the witches, the story would of course lose weirdness, but the story would collapse and the conflict would vanish. “I will ... ... middle of paper ... ...onsidered killing Duncan without the witches’ probing. He, even, blames his actions on the witches, and uses them to justify his desire for the throne (Cavolowsky Internet). Justification is all Macbeth needs, or anyone rather to say, who is doing some unjust and wrong. After Macbeth gets the justification straight in his head, he is equipped to go on his quest for King of Scotland.
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