I think that after Lady Macbethâs decision in scene 5 of Act 1, Macbeth had his own choice to make. He decided to listen and to follow Lady Macbethâs instructions, even though he needed further encouraging. I believe that agreeing with Lady Macbeth was not his only choice.
Macbeth is an impressionable man, as can be judged by his first reaction to the witches...
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While Banquo laughed at the witchesâ predictions, Macbeth takes them very seriously and wonders how he can become Thane of Cawdor if the Thane is still alive. Being a soldier, Macbeth has learnt to only trust himself, and I believe that the incident with the first Thane of Cawdor lying to his country only escalates Macbethâs urge to only trust himself, and not fate, therefore leading him to believe he will only be king if he takes fate into his own hands...