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How do Malcolm's lies about himself and Macduff's responses in 4.3 reinforce bourgeois ideals, according to general Marxist literary theory?
They reveal underlying assumptions that the proletariats exist to provide for the bourgeois, and the bourgeois exist to expand their wealth.
They reveal that morality is a construct of the poor to enable them to envision a better future life.
They reveal Scottish societal principles that the common people have no value in the eyes of the bourgeois.
They reveal that a member of the bourgeois must ultimately use his/her power to advance the general good.
They reveal that the bourgeois actively suppress intellectualism in both themselves and the proletariats in order to forestall rebellion.