Mac Beth
Mac Beth was a victim of both lady Mac Beth and the weird sisters do you agree?

To some extent in the beginning Mac Beth was influenced by the witches’ prophecies and decided to believe them when one of the witches prophecy came true. Even though lady Mac Beth provoked Mac Beth to kill king Duncan, Mac Beth’s greed and passion to rule the land of Scottland based on the witches prophecies took over him physically and mentally. It allowed his ambitions to direct his decisions and choices.

Once the (truthful) prophecy of Mac Beth becoming the thane of Cawdor took place, Macbeth felt confident that other prophecies might come true. The witches greeted and said
“ All hail, Macbeth, hail to thee, king of Glamis!
All Hail, Macbeth, Hail to thee, King of Cawdor!
All Hail, Macbeth, Hail to thee, that shalt be king hereafter!” The prediction of becoming king made Macbeth consider the prophecy and how he will achieve that ambition. “ The prince of Cumberland! That is a step on which I must fall down, or else overlap, for in my way it lies…when it is done, to see. The witches stirred Mac Beth’s ambitions, if it wasn’t for the witches prophecies Mac Beth’s actions might have been very different and he would have remained thane of Cawdor.

Lady Macbeth was malevolent; she goaded Macbeth to commit the first murder so his prophecy comes true and so she could become queen.   She did this by criticizing his manhood and his lack of courage. Once she had received the letter she knew that Macbeth did not have the strength to murder king Duncan. “ You are too full of the milk of human kindness.” Though Macbeth disapproved of the attack, he was gullible enough to proceed further with the plan. Lady Macbeth seduced him with her thoughts “ Such I account thy love. Art thou feared to be the same in thine own act. …Live like a coward in thine esteem? …. When you durst to do it, then you were a man.” Lady Macbeth convinced him and encouraged this felony weakness in...