The story of "Macbeth" can be broken down into three separate identities: individual identity, dual identity, and social identity. Individual identity is Macbeth independently thinking he knows himself. Dual identity is Macbeth and, his love interest, Lady Macbeth being united and acting as one during the play. Social identity is social groups--the three witches and Macbeth--being joined as one with each other and then divided at the end of the play.
The first identity in Macbeth is Macbeth's individual identity. …
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