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Character in William Shakespeare's Macbeth (c. Wikipedia
Fictional character in Shakespeare's Macbeth. He is the father of two youthful sons , and the victim of a well-plotted regicide in a power grab by his trusted captain Macbeth. The origin of the character lies in a narrative of the historical Donnchad mac Crinain, King of Scots, in Raphael Holinshed's 1587 The Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland, a history of Britain familiar to Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Wikipedia
Sentences forMalcolm (Macbeth)
- She dies off-stage, with suicide being suggested as its cause when Malcolm declares that she died by "self and violent hands."
- However, Macduff flees to England to join Malcolm, the slain King Duncan's elder son, and convinces him to return to Scotland and claim the throne.
- The murder of Macduff's family and his shock at this event convince Malcolm of Macduff's trustworthiness and disloyalty to Macbeth.
- The throne is then restored to the rightful heir, the murdered King Duncan's son, Malcolm.
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