Module 1-1.08 revised - it yet but the readers know that he...

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Event Text Support Why is it important to the story? Why Macbeth was in battle it was so well talked about that Duncan heard about what he had done “Valiant cousin worthy gentlemen” Because of this report so to speak that Duncan heard about Macbeth he is viewed as a hero and puts him in good close position to kill him later in the plot In Macbeths mind he is concerned about what Banquo will think when he returns “Full of scorpions is my mind, … Thou knowst that Banquo and his fleance, lives” It’s important because this is a plan that will soon be carried out and when it is it won’t be long till people find out. The death of a king will not go unnoticed for long. The last event is when Macduff finally figures out that Macbeth truly is evil “What man! Meer pull your hat upon your brows; give sorrow words” It is at this point Macbeth doesn’t know
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Unformatted text preview: it yet but the readers know that he is going to be defeated. At that point Macbeth no longer is safe but has a problem that he will have to deal with. Reflection The one event that is not only an important piece but is the most important to the plot. That is when King Duncan hears about what Macbeth had done deeming him as a hero. Without this taking place it would have not been likely that king Duncan would be dead. Reason being because Macbeth was a hero and close to the king, his wife came up with the plot but had Macbeth not been there he would not have been able to carry it out. Had Macbeth never done what he did in battle he would not have been close enough to Duncan to murder him in his sleep. Duncan would still be alive and the events that had transpired later would not have happened....
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