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12 December, 15:12

How does Macbeth feel about Duncan's plans for his son?

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  1. 12 December, 15:53
    He is upset with plan Duncan has for his son.
  2. 12 December, 16:49
    He knows that if he is going to become king, he is going to have to step over Malcolm or give up. In order to step over him, he knows he is going to have to kill him. However, he also knows he has to hide these desires until the appropriate time.
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