May 1, 2015 - Essential Passage by Theme: The Hero. ♢. Essential ... On the level of human evil, Shakespeare's Scottish tragedy is about Macbeth's b...

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May 1, 2015 - Malcolm, on the other hand, seems to put his trust in loyalty and tradition: "This is the sergeant/who like a good and ... Here and now, however, it seems a very normal thing for a king to reward "noble" (1.2.66) ...... This scene point

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