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How Effective is Act Three, Scene Four of Shakespeare's Macbeth
The Scottish nation was in turmoil, the mystery surrounding the passing of the great King Duncan and the arrival of his most trusted ally, Macbeth, as the new ruler, something that the English citizens of this period are quite familiar with and nothing could represent the gravity of this situation more so than the requirement for assassination. The instrumental prerequisite to this scene is the untimely death of Banquo, perpetrated by a consortium of assassins employed by the newly Coronated Monarch King Macbeth. Pr....