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ACT ONE, SCENE TWO

King Duncan and some thanes at a camp, some distance from the battle. Enter Malcolm, the King’s eldest son, with a wounded soldier.

Duncan: Who is that poor man? His wounds are bleeding. Surely he can tell us how the battle’s going.

Malcolm: This is the captain, who by his bravery, saved me from certain death.

Duncan: Welcome, brave friend! Tell me all you know. How was the battle going when you had to leave?

Captain: For a long time, it was still in doubt. The rebel force was strong - their men fought well. Then brave Macbeth - for brave he surely is, fought till he reached the rebels’ wicked leader. Then, bloody sword in hand, he faced the traitor. And with one blow, cut him almost in two. And put the traitor’s head upon our castle wall, where all can see it and be glad.

Duncan: Oh, brave Macbeth, what a great man he is!

Captain: The battle was not over, King of Scotland. Some rebels turned and ran, but others came. Fresh soldiers then began to fight against us.

Duncan: And were not Macbeth - and Banquo too, Alarmed by this?

Captain: Are lions alarmed by hares? Our two great thanes began to fight fiercely. With their strong swords they cut and cut again.

…But help me sir, my wounds are deep, I bleed…

Duncan: Rest now, brave man, you have said enough. Look after him. He must not lose more blood.

(The captain is taken away. Enter the Thane of Ross)

Here is more news. What do you know, good thane?

Ross: I come from Fife, my gracious King, where the great King of Norway fought against us, assisted by the rebel Thane of Cawdor. But do not fear, my lord, our leader, great Macbeth took on the fight and won. The victory was ours. And the defeated King of Norway begged for peace.

Duncan: Great happiness! But how the Thane of Cawdor has deceived us! That rebel thane shall have a traitor’s death. The Thane of Cawdor is now brave Macbeth.

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