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An examination of the role of retributive justice in the murders in Macbeth.
An eye for an eye', 'what goes around comes around', and 'all in good time'. All
of these sayings have the same meaning, which is basically; you get what you deserve. This is also known as revenge, or in this case, the main topic of retributive justice. In Macbeth, there are many murders committed and in a Shakespearean play with murders there is, without a doubt, going to be some examples of revenge. Retributive justice plays no role in the murders of Duncan or Macduff's family but it plays a significant role in the murder of Macbeth.
Duncan was the King of Scotland and he was a right…
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