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How does Macbeth's response upon hearing that Macduff was ripped prematurely from his mother reinforce one of the themes in this play?
Macbeth speaks of the ruinous power of hope, which causes people to act arrogantly.
Macbeth references the witches who were able to distort and conceal truth and reality.
Macbeth warns Macduff of the witches, cautioning him not to delve into the supernatural.
Macbeth notes that people who cannot keep their own thoughts are bound to end in destruction.
Macbeth points to the Scottish nobility and the hypocrisy they represent in people who possess power.