Does anyone know where I can find some literary criticism articles that talk about how you can trace Macbeth's downfall through his soliloquies?
There are three sites listed below which should assist you in your search for analyses of Macbeth's soliloquies; while they do not all have articles, the analyses of the soliloquies certainly can assist the individual in assessing the path to Macbeth's tragic demise through one's understanding of the meaning of each soliloquy, as these speeches are the inner thoughts of the character, the psychological outpourings which reveal intent, inner conflict, desires, drives, and intents. Here at Enotes there are some excellent criticisms under the link to Macbeth Critical Essays. Also, you may consult the library--public and college--who have such reference works as Contemporary Literary Criticisms, which contain numerous scholarly articles, and there are specific Shakespearean critical works published as well. Here is a link to Modern Library which has a
This site will connect you to other links which have a wide range of analytic resources, such a various national Shakespearean societies and associations such as
There is also listed a "Bibliography and General Studies" for further reading