1. Context: In Macbeth, a Scottish Nobleman, Macduff, serves as a rebuke to Macbethâs character and murderous ways. It is he who dislikes Macbethâs reign from the beginning, and it is he who becomes the de facto leader of the crusade to dethrone Macbeth. Similarly, from the very beginning of Serena, McDowell senses something sinister about the partnership between Serena and Pemberton. When Pemberton kills Harmon at the train station, McDowell is intent upon exacting justice, in spite of the Pembertonsâ powerful position in the community.Prompt: Write a 750+ word essay that compares Macduff and McDowell. How do they function similarly in the plots of their respective works? How does McDowell mirror Macduff in name, sentiment, and conquest?
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