King Duncan's Evil In Macbeth

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King Duncan was a mighty king indeed, who enjoyed his kingdom and his people. The book Macbeth portrays Duncan as a loving king and a good guy who still loved war. “See, see, our honour'd hostess /The love that follows us sometime is our trouble,/Which still we thank as love.( a great king know his ways with words. Yet king Duncan wanted lands and victory ordered his loyal soldier Macbeth to bring the head of the rival king instead getting his own dirty, “What bloody man is that? He can report, /As seemeth by his plight, of the revolt The newest state. (I.ii.1-3) but because of an evil drive his life was short lived. His death was the ultimate sign of a greater evil that arose in his kingdom. It showed that through the imagery in

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