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Which of the following explains the ironic nature of Macduff from the viewpoint of general feminist literary theory?
Macduff did not even properly mourn his wife's death.
Macduff, arguably the most powerful in the play, was not born of a woman.
Macbeth did not want to fight the one who would kill him.
Macduff, in defending Scotland, left his family defenseless.
Macduff, despite his power, did not claim the kingship for himself.