If you could explain Macbeth in a summary from the start of the book to act one scene seven what would it be?
Although much can be said of Macbeth in the first act, the most salient qualities are his abilities as a soldier, his loyalty to Duncan, his heroism, and most importantly, his ability to reason. Although the audience seems to view Macbeth as having a strong sense of self, due to his military heroism, Macbeth does possess a hint of insecurity upon his meeting with...
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