Duncan's Ambition In Macbeth

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"Duncan ruled Scotland with a thirst for power countermanded by his incompetence on the battlefield". Duncan had motives that led to negative ambitious. During his six year range Duncan invaded the Drkney's island and opened u p two fronts. Duncan also led attack on the Orkney's by way of his nephew Moddan. In William Shakespeare Duncan was portrayed. Macbeth was justified in the act of killing king Duncan but Macbeth didn't really want to kill Duncan it was his wife lady Macbeth who also had a thirst for power in knew Macbeth would do anything to please his wife . Macbeth defeated Duncan's army on August 14,1040 killing Duncan in the process. Macbeth killed Duncan because Macbeth feels as though Duncan was abusing the power of being
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