Malcom is the eldest son of the late Duncan. Following the killing of his father, he and his brother realize that they are in danger. They make a decision to run away to the different places for their safety. At the beginning of the play, Malcom doubted his strength. Although, when he accepts aid from Macduff and the English army, he becomes a real bone in the throat of Macbeth. However, he doesn’t entirely trust Macduff. Hence, he shows his faithfulness, Malcolm decides to accept the assistance from him. Only with his ascension to the authority, the nation finds its familiar peace and quiet.
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