Macbeth calls the day of the batle "foul and fair". Comment on what you think he means. Keep in mind what is it that Macbeth has just done.

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Macbeth means that he has never seen a day that was both good d bad at the same time. Macbeth has just won the day for Scotland, participating in a bloody battle, and exhibiting Macdonald's head for all to see.... a trophy.