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Interview With Macbeth

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  • Submitted: 11/07/2002
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English Coursework Macbeth

Hello Macbeth

Hello Reporter

Now Macbeth, What were your immediate thoughts and feeling towards what the three witches had to say to you?

I wanted to know more about what they had to say I wanted to know how I was going to become the king and how I was going to become the thane.

Why did you need to know how you was going to become the thane, did you not already know?

NO. Knew that the then was still alive and the king was still alive. I did not understand what was going to happen.

Did the Witches not tell you what was going to happen? Did they just tell you that you was gong to become the king.

Yes that's about right, they just told me that was going to become the king, that was it.

Macbeth, What was your Motive towards killing the king?

I don't think that it was really a motive, it was more like business. The real reason was that my wife Lady Macbeth wanted me to be King but with Duncan on the thrown I could never be

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