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Was Macbeth a Victim of Ambition
At the end of the play, Malcolm refers to Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as: '...this dead butcher and his fiend-like queen...', consider the accuracy of Malcolm's judgment by reference to their speeches and actions throughout the play. (2,5 pages)
In Malcolm's eyes, the Macbeths are just tyrannical murderers who snatched the throne away from him and his father and reigned a rule of terror in all of Scotland. But looking carefully from a different point-of-view, we see that Macbeth is driven by the powerful contradictions in his character. Unlike other villains, Macbeth does not enjoy doing…
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