The Tragedy of Macbeth

By: Kenzie Holbrook

The person to blame for Macbeths downfall

Macduff wants to get revenge on Macbeth for killing his wife and kids. In the war Macduff wants to get to Macbeth before anyone else does so he can to kill him. Macduff is the only possible person that could have killed him because he is the one that walked out with Macbeth's head on a stick when the war was over and he was the only one that talked about killing him. Nobody else was planning on killing Macbeth. They were helping him kill people so that he could stay king.
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Macduff is blamed for the downfall of Macbeth. This picture symbolizes that Macduff is stabbing Macbeth and killing him. This helps my explanation of Macduff killing Macbeth because it is showing that it is Macduff stabbing him. There is no other evidence that anyone else could have killed him. Macduff, after he is done willing Macbeth, comes out and tells that Macbeth is dead and that the age is free from tyranny. "Hail, King! for so thou art. Behold where stands The upurser's cursed head. The time is free. I see thee compassed with thy kingdom's pearl, That speak my salutation in their minds; Whose voices I desire aloud with mine-- Hail, King of Scotland!" (5.8. 64-69). Since Macduff is the only one that knew before he told everyone, he is obviously the one that killed Macbeth.

"The Purge" relates to Macbeth the book

The purge is about people coming in houses and killing everyone. Macbeth relates to this because lots of people are killed. Everyone is in danger in "The Purge" because there is no safe place to be. Everyone could be in danger in Macbeth because you never know when Macbeth is going to come and attack you.