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Hudugana Mava Hudugi Mavanige Appa Adre Riddles To Solve

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The Thane Of Fife Riddle

Hint:
The answer is Macduff. Only the first apparition answers straightforwardly. Macbeth should have taken notice of such specific information. The other two apparitions present riddles, where the answer is not what it seems.
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The Bloody Child Riddle

Hint:
His mother had a Caesarean.

A bit of a quibble really but those apparitions did not play fair; Macduff was from his mother's womb untimely ripped. Presumably this was an early Caesarean.
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Great Birnam Wood Riddle

Hint:
Dunsinane

Macduff and the opposing forces camouflage themselves with branches from Birnam Forest. Dunsinane is a peak of the Sidlaw Hills, in the parish of Collace, Perthshire, Scotland, 8 m. N.E. of Perth. It is 1012 ft. high, and commands a fine view of the Carse of Gowrie and the valley of the Tay. Its chief claim is due to the association with Birnam Wood (about 12 m. N.W.) in these passages in Macbeth. An old fort on the summit, of which faint traces are still discernible, is traditionally called Macbeth's Castle.
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The Deaths Of Beulah And Craig

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Beulah and Craig were hurricanes.
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