Examples Of Macduff's Loyalty In Macbeth

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Context: When Macduff flees to England, he begs Malcolm to put together an army against Macbeth, but Malcolm is suspicious of Maduffś true intentions and decides to test him. Macduff tells Malcolm about the terrible things that occur in Scotland daily, but Malcolm goes on to say that he is worse than Macbeth. This causes Macduff to truly express his hatred for Macbeth and his cruelty towards Scotland. Passage: ¨Each new morn/ New widows howl, new orphans cry, new sorrows¨ (IV.iii.5-6). Analysis: This passage proves Macduff's loyalty to Malcolm and how he truly wants the best for Scotland. In the quote it says, “New widows howl, new orphans cry,” which illustrates that Macbeth’s thirst for power causes wives to transform into widows and children

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