Does Macbeth being Gullible get him into or out of trouble? Why?


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This is very similar to your last question. It hurts him and leads him into trouble.He believes what he wants to believe. This sends him down a one way trip to self-destruction. Gullibility is also one of Macbeth's tragic flaws which means the undoing of many characters.