Duncan's Success

Duncan's Success
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  • Duncan succeeds in being an benevolent ruler as a King. For example, when the Thane of Cawdor's betrayal is revealed, he has him executed and names Macbeth the new Thane of Cawdor.
  • The Thane of Cawdor's trickery is no more. He is to be executed and Macbeth shall be the new Thane of Cawdor.
  • (1.2.72-76)
  • Good for me.
  • Duncan also was willing to admit his mistake in judgement regarding Cawdor, and said that he fully trusted the man,
  • You could not know how a man thinks by looking at him. I had absolute trust in the thane.
  • (1.4.3-14)
  • My king, the Thane of Cawdor admitted to every deed he has done. He died repentant.
  • He is grateful for Macbeth's achievements and wishes to have been able to give him more than anything he had.
  • Macbeth, I am very sorry that nothing that I have can be used to repay you for your accomplishments! You are worth more than any of them!
  • The only reward I need the being allowed to serve you., and fight for you.
  • (1.4.15-27)
  • Duncan acknowledges Banquos's accomplishments as well, even if he plans to give more recognition to Macbeth.
  • Banquo, you are a good man, and I hope you will become great.
  • (1.4.27-35)
  • That's fine.
  • Banquo and Macbeth respect him enough to trust his word, and have loyalty for him.
  • All the payment I need is being allowed to serve you, Your Highness.
  • (1.4.15-27)
  • If I am to become great, it will be thanks to you.
  • Duncan also only has praises for Macbeth, and does not look down at him in any way, further showing his success at being a benevolent ruler.
  • Yes Banquo, Macbeth is very valiant, and he is peerless.
  • (1.4.55-59)
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