Nature Of Man By Malcolm And Macduff

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This final line again builds up on the concept throughout the play that being a “man” has certain qualities such as courage, determination and the willingness to act upon words. The protagonists viewed Young Siward as a true gallant, due to his bravery in fighting Macbeth and his strong commitment to his values even if he had been just a young man. Since Young Siward is just a child, he has not yet developed the complex levels of understanding held by Malcolm and Macduff that having too much self confidence can be the downfall of any man, no matter the age. The use of “man in this scene signifies wisdom, strength, and acting as an adult
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