Macbeth

Describe lady Macduff and her son.

Act 4

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THese two have minor parts yet they illustrate some major themes of the play. L.Macduff is a strong woman who knows the world well. Her son is even more keen,explaining that there are more bad than good people around. L. Macduff feels her husband has deserted them and really, she kind of has a point. In the end both stand up to some pretty nasty henchmen who come to kill them.