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Act 5 Fate Vs. Free Will
Macbeth: "Wherefore was that cry?" (5.v.18)
Seyton: "The Queen, my lord, is dead." (5.v.19)
Macbeth: "Bring me no more reports. Let them fly all. - Till Birnam Wood remove to Dunsinane - I cannot taint with fear." (5.iii.1-3)
It seemed as though Lady Macbeth killed herself out of guilt. Her fate was to be dead.
Macbeth seems really laid back despite having an army of thousands approaching his castle. Because of the prophecies given by the witches, he is overly confident nothing will happen o him. He chooses not to do anything.
The audience can see that the fate of Macbeth is now being secured. Although the thought of Birnam Wood moving on its own seemed insane, the soldiers used the branches of the trees to conceal their numbers while moving up the hill.
Macbeth and Macduff have their final fight. Once Macbeth finds out Macduff is not of woman-born, he starts to get scared. Because of the prophecy, Macduff kills and beheads Macbeth.
Malcolm is finally crowned king an this secures Macbeth's fate. He is killed and no trace of him is left behind.
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