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In the Shakesperian play "Macbeth," Macduff chooses to flee to England in response to the murder of Duncan by Macbeth to go in support of Malcolm, the son and heir of Duncan. In fleeing to England, however, Macduff conde... More »

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In William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth," Ross tells Macduff that Scotland is in chaos, with men dying left and right. He also tells Macduff that his entire family has been violently killed, which spurs Macduff to seek re... More »

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In Shakespeare’s "Macbeth," Malcolm goes to England for his own safety after his father's murder. Macduff follows him there to join with Malcolm and marshal forces to overthrow Macbeth. More »

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In Shakespeare’s "Macbeth," Malcolm goes to England for his own safety after his father's murder. Macduff follows him there to join with Malcolm and marshal forces to overthrow Macbeth. More »

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In Act 3, Scene 1 of the play "Macbeth," written by William Shakespeare, Banquo becomes suspicious that Macbeth is responsible for Duncan's murder. During this scene, Macbeth becomes fearful of Banquo's suspicions. More »

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In William Shaklespeare's play, "Macbeth," Lady Macduff and her son are brave and crack bitter jokes in the face of death. The joking banter shows the affection the mother feels for her son and the child's awareness of t... More »

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King Henry VIII created the Church of England in 1536 as a result of a dispute with the pope, who would not permit Henry to get a divorce from his wife and marry his long-time mistress. Henry's marital history started un... More »

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