Loss Of Loyalty In Macbeth

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Macbeth was a honorable man but his greed for power had ruined his life. He was a loyal nobleman who killed the previous Thane of Cawdor, Macdonwald, as Macdonwald had betrayed my father, King Duncan. My father had put all his trust in Macbeth and even gave him the new title of Thane of Cawdor. However, Macbeth took advantage of that and betrayed my father, the King of Scotland. He had somehow developed an ambition to become the new King of Scotland. This, I found very unbelievable, because why and how on earth would Macbeth be able to achieve this? But I was mistaken, since Macbeth was capable of achieving this goal in the worst way possible. Macbeth murdered King Duncan and got away with it, just so that he could take his throne. Macbeth

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