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Macbeth Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Angus:

Angus is a Scottish nobleman. He travels with Rosse to bring King Duncan news of the battle and to bestow upon Macbeth the title thane of Cawdor. Angus also accompanies Duncan on the journey to Macbeth's castle. Finally, he appears in Act V with the Scottish rebels.

Apparitions:

In IV.i, three apparitions come from the witch es' cauldron after animal and human blood is poured in on top of a variety of other ingredients. The first apparition, described in the stage directions as "an armed head," tells Macbeth to beware the thane of Fife (Macduff). The second apparition is a bloody child who tells Macbeth that "none of woman born" (IV.ii.80) can harm Macbeth. The third apparition is a child wearing a crown and carrying a tree in his hand. He tells Macbeth that he will not be vanquished until ' Great Birnan wood to high...

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