Blog 16

Act 2, scene 4-
In this scene Shakespeare starts of having characters speak of strange and gruesome actions going on between the animals, which in a way feels like a metaphor for Macbeth taking over the throne. When the king died, it cause his sons to flea Scotland, which I can infer is because they were scared of being killed next. Macbeth being crowned made me suspect that a lot of tension was going to rise between Macbeth and Macduff, because Macduff did not want to attend the coronation.

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