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Unformatted text preview: happen, he would let fate run its course. He still however, has reservations and thoughts of taking his own action. He sends a letter to Lady Macbeth concerning the news of battle and the three witches predictions. As some critics would say, if he was on his way to see her that night, the only reason for him to send a letter to her in advance would be to give her time to make a decision and be able to convince him of what he should do. Macbeth knew that she is naturally evil and would convince him to take his own action by killing the King. Critics who think Lady Macbeth is weak-minded would say that Macbeth wanted her to help him make a decision, and she had just become drunk with power by reading his letter. She is easily persuaded and possessed with excessive ambition. Preliminary Bibliography: Macbeth (play)...
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