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Macbeth

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Manhood

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How does the closing exchange between Malcolm and Macduff demonstrate their differing ideas of manhood?

A

Malcolm believes that Macduff should have space to grieve the loss of his family, while Macduff believes his role is to avenge his family.

B

Malcolm believes that manly emotions include anger and vengeance, and while Macduff acknowledges that, he also accepts men must grieve.

C

Malcolm believes men should put away their tears until the appropriate time, while Macduff believes that men should never feel sorrow or cry.

D

Both Malcolm and Macduff believe that only women should express emotion while men should respond in action.

E

Malcolm believes that men should always channel emotion into war, while Macduff thinks that war is an inappropriate place for man to express any feeling.