Which phrase best describes the impression we get of Macduff’s son before he is murdered? Explain your choice, citing details from The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act IV, to support your answer.
a. charming, naive, and affectionate
b. cold, calculating, and ambitious
c. nasty, foolish, and ignorant
d. sniveling and whining
c. charming, naive, and affectionate
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