Why Does Macduff Want To Die

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The setting is in the Dunsinane Castle for the final battle of Macbeth. Macduff finally finds Macbeth and is ready to finally slain him as revenge for Macbeth killing his family. Macbeth is not scared due to the fact that the witches told him that he cannot die from something that is born from a woman. Macduff then responds that he was not born correctly and was not technically born from a woman, which leaves Macbeth feeling fear. “I have no words; My voice is in my sword, thou bloodier villain Than terms can give thee out.” (8-10). This quote can show the reader how bad Macduff wants revenge and hopes for Macbeth to die. Macduff then goes on to say that he can kill Macbeth because of the fact he was born different and not technically from …show more content…

Soon, after Macbeth got off of Macduff, Macduff killed Macbeth with a knife and entered the room later with his severed head. Siward also finds out about his son passing and asks if he was cut on the front or back. Siward says “Why then, God’s soldier be he! Had I as many sons as I have hairs, I would not wish them to a fairer death; and so his knell is knolled.” (55-58). This shows that Young Siward died a true soldier and died in battle instead of dying with his back turned. Siward is proud of his son for dying in an honorable way and not turning away. Macduff then enters with the head and Malcome will be crowned because of the death of the king. Macduff is honored to kill Macbeth as it calls as revenge for all the murder (especially his families) that Macbeth has done just to be able to be crowned as king. During this whole time Macbeth was going insane because he knew his time was coming. The severed floating knight helmet during the apparition scene, resembles in Macbeth's head being decapitated. Macbeth did not take the hint that it was his own head and decided to fight Macduff, which is why the play ended how it

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