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Jacob902

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Why does Malcolm try to make Macduff believe that he is an evil man? A. To show Macduff that he would not make a good king B. To force Macduff to admit that he killed Duncan C. To get Macduff to return home to Scotland D. To ensure that Macduff is trustworthy and loyal to him

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    do u remember?

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    Malcom tests Macduff by saying he is going to be a horrible king. He says that this is a test to see if Macduff will continue to support him even if he was worse than Macbeth. If Macduff said he would then Malcolm would know him for a toady who would agree to anything. He then claims to be well-nigh perfect, and that he has never told a lie before the whopper he just told to Macduff. Yeah, right. Anyway, Macduff is prepared to go along with him because he would do anything to get rid of Macbeth.

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