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Macbeth - Acts I and II

             There are three sisters who are witches and they have set up the theme of the play and that is fair is foul and foul is fair. In Scotland there's a war going on in this play. Scotland wins the war because of the impact Macbeth had given. At that time The Thane of Cawdor was a traitor and then he got caught and was executed. King Duncan rewards Macbeth with the title Than of Cawdor and that is how he shows his gratitude towards him. There comes a scene switch in the play where you end up with the three witch sisters who are in the battleground to confront Macbeth and Banquo. Macbeth is being told by the three witches that he will after he got the title he will eventually be king. Macbeth goes on and tells it to his Lady Macbeth and on that same night King Duncan plans to stay the night in his home. Lady Macbeth wants to have King Duncan killed after she receive the news and then she wants Macbeth to be king. Macbeth gets himself manipulated by Lady Macbeth and she does it so well that he actually obeys her and goes on to kill King Duncan.
             Act 2.
             Macbeth is not sure that he can kill King Duncan and he is doubtful about it but in the end he changes his mind and as a result King Duncan is killed by him. Macbeth isn't too ecstatic about it so Lady Macbeth comes and removes the blood so they wouldn't get caught. Macduff and Lennox sees Duncan lying dead at Macbeth's house when they show up in his house the following morning. People are freaking out but Macbeth doesn't frown a bit. Duncan's own children Donalbain and Malcon run away because they are afraid that they will get suspected for killing their own father but the guard are killed because of the blood and they were suspected. The king is buried afterwards.
             Characterization of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and Their Marriage .
             The readers of the story are being introduced to Macbeth as a hero who is loved by King Duncan and that is because of his great help in the battles.

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