Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 6 Summary

Lennox comments to a Lord on the patricide of Banquo and of Duncan. Further, Macduff has fled to England where, in disgrace, he is plotting against Macbeth with Malcolm, Duncan's heir. Macbeth has summoned Macduff, but Macduff has refused to come.

Act 3, Scene 6 Analysis

Everything is upside down. Macbeth's deception about the double patricide has worked. Lennox has bought his nobility and Macduff's infamy.

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