Macbeth Essay | The Third Murderer in "Macbeth"

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The Third Murderer in "Macbeth"

Summary: Essay discusses the third murderer in Act III of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
How many licks does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a Tootsie Roll Pop? The world may never know. Just as the world may never know how many licks it takes, the world will never know who the third murderer is in Macbeth. This question has been perplexing many authors ever since the original manuscript was burnt in a "tragic" fire at the globe; however, throughout this essay substantial evidence will be taken into consideration to not only prove that Macduff was the third murderer, but also prove that no other character in this story would be a logical choice (ruling out Quantum Jinns of course).

It seems that everyone and their grandmother has an explanation to the question of who was the third murderer in Act III, Scene iii of Macbeth; yet, through all the chaotic attempted outputs, the only...

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