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In the late 16th century and early 17th century, no playwright was better understood than William Shakespeare. He was particularly known for many famous tragedies. When Shakespeare wrote these plays he required several important aspects into account to create just as much of an effect as possible on the reader or the audience. Macbeth, for instance, is all about one man, Macbeth who does what he believes is required to become king but expires due to his conclusion. In this play, Shakespeare communicates how Macbeth's fate could be changed depending on how he deals with his predicted future, in other words, his fate versus his free will. Macbeth makes many ridiculous decisions throughout his life like thinking supernatural and evil forces can help him, allowing the endless verbal assault by Lady Macbeth to restrain him and letting his own ignorance in his decisions to punish him. All these are the main contributing factors that lead to his eventual breakdown and departure. There are several cases in the story which suggest that the Weird Sisters are to blame for Macbeth?s downfall. At the very start of the publication, the witches meet Macbeth and immediately away fill his head with desire for the throne by telling him he will be king. The witches say ? All hail Macbeth that shalt be king hereafter!? (1.3.53). Considering that the witches are telling this to Macbeth, they're giving him a false sense of security by calling what the future holds . After Macbeth converses with the witches, Banquo gets the impression that the witches are bad news. ? The instruments of darkness tell us truths / Win us with honest trifles to betray?s/In deepest consequence? (1.3.136-138). This usually means that the.