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Macbeth Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 5, Scene 6 Summary

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Act 5, Scene 6 Summary

The army of Malcolm, with Siward and Macduff, replete with their drums and banners, rests before the castle. Malcolm orders his men to put down their boughs. Siward will lead the first assault against the castle.

Act 5, Scene 6 Analysis

The moment of attack comes as the soldiers put down their Birnam boughs. The play is approaching its climax.

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