Who do you blame most for King Duncan's Death?

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Title: Who do you blame most for King Duncan's Death?
 
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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Louise Colman
Date: June 30, 2009
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The audience believed that life is an act of God and terminating one so close to god would be a sinful act. This is shown in Macbeth by dark clouds appearing on the horizon and all of Scotland being shrouded in darkness for the totality of the play, this is meant to represent the evil brewing in Scotland...
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It is only when the king is finally killed that the country becomes totally dark, concealed natural imagery vanishes from the kingdom as evil takes control. Killing a king, even today in modern society is the utmost crime. It is the only crime in the United Kingdom, which still caries the death penalty...
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