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Unformatted text preview: Macduff, a former friend of Macbeth and one of the leaders of the rebellion. In Macbeth, Macbeths public self is of a noble thane, however; his private self includes nothing but torment and guilt which ultimately causes his own downfall. Macbeth is a murderer, but to the people, he shows himself as a respectable, innocent thane, worthy of his title. Macbeth is hosting a ceremonial dinner...
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- Spring '12
- Macbeth, Macbeth