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Macbeth's Room: A Portal to His Thoughts

Summary: A description of the living chambers of William Shakespeare's Macbeth and how it reflects the duality of Macbeth's personality.
A visit to the living chamber of Macbeth reflects the duality of his personality. His living abode is regal and over-opulent. None the less a closer look provides insight into implausible depths of his personality.

His living chamber is a large open area, with uninterrupted spaces devoid of hidden corners or angles. There are no columns or posts that might obstruct his view as he wants to be able to see every part of his room from any given place in it. The high ceilings leave no room for claustrophobia and in the center of it hangs a magnificent crystal chandelier accommodating a large number of candles.

His living area is divided into two, a chamber where he sleeps, and another where in he meets and interacts with people. Two enormous doors with sizeable brass padlocks separate the two chambers.

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