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During Shakespeares play Macbeth many characters hold different attributes The aspect of evil is given with the example of the witches and the final product of Macbeths crimes that lead him into being the most evil character of all When evil characters are present in a play there is almost always a counter part or counter parts that have the opposite attributes There are characters that represent good and nobility in the play In the play Macbeth our main character has a counter part named MacDuff that eventually in the end leads to his death MacDuff is the character that plays the role of the most noble of characters who is not afraid to show emotion in the play In the beginning of the play King Duncan is introduced He is loved and admired by everyone and is a true image of what a king is supposed to be Duncan is the only character in the play that would arguably be as noble of a person towards his country as MacDuff Duncan places great responsibility and trust on MacDuff who is also known as the Thane of Fife Duncans trust for MacDuff is first seen when he is the one that is called to wake him after the celebration at Iverness We also see that Duncan and MacDuff must have been in close company when MacDuffs reaction to Duncans murder is seen Having Duncan who is one of Gods deputys on earth utmost respect and trust shows that MacDuff is indeed a noble and trust worthy man Throughout the play MacDuff shows that he is not afraid nor ashamed to show emotion even if the emotion is stereotypically not one that a man would show The first time MacDuffs emotional side is shown is when he enters the kings chamber to find his bloody corps Confusion now hath made his masterpiece Most sacrilegious murder hath broke ope The Lords anointed
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