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Macbeth, A Review and Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Provides a plot synopsis. Explores the evolution of the character, Macbeth.
The well-known poetic author, William Shakespear, wrote The Tragedy of Macbeth. The character Macbeth was a nobleman that was told by three witches that he would be the King of Scotland. In order for him to become king, there were a few bumps in the road that he had to take care of.

In the first act, three witches told Macbeth that he would be king. But there was a problem; the king was still alive and other people in line before he could be king. In order for Macbeth to become king, the king would have to die. Also for him to become king, all of King Duncan's sons would have to not come back to Scotland or die. King Duncan's sons are Donalbain and Malcolm. Macbeth can become a King because he is a nobleman, Thane of Glamis. Macbeth says, "By Sinel's death...

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