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Which of the following describes Malcolm's MOST likely purpose in stating that,

Angels are bright still, though the brightest fell. / Though all things foul would wear the brows of grace, / Yet grace must still look so?


Malcolm feels that religion has lost its influence in Scotland, resulting in the country's decline.


Malcolm argues that there is no right and wrong; all moral boundaries have been erased and those who fail to accept this end in failure.


Malcolm insinuates that like Lucifer to whom he alludes, Macduff too will also be cast down.


Malcolm knows that there is no way to tell a person's nature from his appearances, implying Macduff's outward goodness might be false.


Malcolm uses the allusion to Lucifer in comparison to Macbeth, stating that though Macbeth appears righteous he certainly is not.

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