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Summary of Macbeth.
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Summarize of Macbeth.
Act 1: On the way back to King Duncan after victory the war general Macbeth and Banquo meet three witches. Witches told Macbeth and Banquo that Macbeth will be Thane of Cawdor then become the king, and Banquo will be the father of the king. Soon after that Macbeth get to know that he became the Thane of Cawdor by king's order because of his victory. Macbeth was surprised of witches prediction goes right and he wrote all of these stories to Lady Macbeth by letter. After meeting King Duncan he gets to know that next king will be Malcolm. After a while Lady Macbeth and Macbeth invite king and all the Thanes and people to his castle for dinner. And on that day night Lady keep persuade Macbeth to kill King Duncan while he sleeps tonight, so Macbeth could become king and she could be queen and from then Macbeth starts to conflict between his consciousness and his ambition.
Act 2: After a long conflict in Macbeth's own consciousness and his evil mind to kill the king, Macbeth finally decide to kill the king. That night while king was sleeping
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