Lady Macduff tells Rosse, that her husband is a traitor because he has fled to England. Rosse (Macduff’s son) refuses to believe that his father is dead and asks about traitors. Lady Macduff receives news of approaching danger.
“If he were dead, you’ ld weep for him: if you would not, it were a good sign that I should quickly have a new father.” – Son.
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