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This paper provides the answers to the arguement, "The Macduffs are foils to the Macbeths." This is about the book Macbeth written by William Shakespeare.
In Shakespeare's "Macbeth," the Macduffs are foils to the Macbeths because the Macduffs are good, heroic characters, and the Macbeths are evil-oriented people. Macbeth is only loyal to himself, while Macduff gets tested, and proven to be loyal to Scotland and the king. Macbeth and Macduff contrast each other in many ways, such as Macbeth's inability to have a family, while Macduff's most precious thing in his life is his family. Lady Macbeth and Lady Macduff are also foils. Lady Macduff hates lying and treachery, and in contrast Lady Macbeth loves to lie and commit acts of treachery.…
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