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Macbeth Vs. The Lion King
Transcript of Macbeth Vs. The Lion King
Scar hires three hyenas to kill Mufasa, King of the Pride, to become king himself.
He also sends them after Simba, Mufasa's son, next in line to the throne.
Scar, after destroying the pride, is murdered by Simba who was avenging his father and earning his rightfull place as king. Rafiki Mufasa relates to Duncan.
Mufasa was a great king, he was fair and just, and the pride admired him.
He was murdered when his own brother, Scar, became jealous and power hungry. Simba represents Malcom.
After Mufasa, Simba's father, was killed Simba fled in fear of his own life.
Simba feels his fathers death was his fault and stays away from the pride out of shame.
Simba invinsions Mufasa one night in the stars and returns to the pride the next day to kill his uncle Scar and make everything right again.
Rafiki represents the three witches.
Throughout the whole story rafiki is all-knowing.
He is the one who helps Simba find the courage to return to the pride and kill Scar.
He is also believed to be the one to have summoned Mufasa out of the stars.
Rafiki also speaks in riddles and rhymes. The hyenas represent the three murderers.
Scar hires the hyenas to kill Mufasa and his son Simba.
They fail to kill Simba, but do strike fear in him and scare him away. "Fair is foul,and foul is fair."
-Three Witches "It is myself I mean: in whom I know
All the particulars of vice so grafted
That, when they shall be open'd, black Macbeth
Will seem as pure as snow, and the poor state Esteem him as a lamb, being compared
With my confineless harms."