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Richard, believing Buckingham is not trustworthy, sends him to his death. As Buckingham prepares to die he recalls that Margaret's curse had been true. "Thus Margaret’s curse falls heavy upon my neck"(5.1.25). He dismissed these curses earlier but they have now come back to haunt him.

On the scaffold, as the executioner stood ready with his axe, More's last words were true to his complex nature: "I die the king's good…

In the beginning of the play Margaret warns Buckingham of his imminent death. She says O Buckingham, take heed of yonder dog!/ Look when he fawns, he bites; and when he bites,/ His venom tooth will rankle to the death./ Have not to do with him. Beware of him./ Sin, death, and hell have set their marks on him,/ And all their ministers attend on him" (1.3.295-300). Buckingham does not heed this warning which foreshadows what is to come for Buckingham

In the beginning of the play Margaret warns Buckingham of his imminent death. She says O Buckingham, take heed of yonder dog!/ Look when he fawns, he bites; and when he bites,/ His venom tooth will rankle to the death./ Have not to do with him. Beware of him./ Sin, death, and hell have set their marks on him,/ And all their ministers attend on him" (1.3.295-300). Buckingham does not heed this warning which foreshadows what is to come for Buckingham

Richard promises Buckingham the title of Earl of Hereford once he is king. Once Richard becomes king Buckingham asks him for the "promise of the earldom—"(4,2,104). He is denied by Richard showing that even Buckingham was not very loyal to Richard and was only there to keep his head and gain power.

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Buckingham swears to always be faithful towards the king and the queen saying that if he doesn't stay faithful he will be punished severely. "If I ever turn my hatred toward your majesty....may God punish me. May I find hatred where I most expect love. When I most need a friend, and when I’m sure I have one, make him treacherous and deceitful to me. I beg God to do all this whenever I fail to show love to you or yours."(1.4.34-43). This foreshadows the events that occur later in the play.

Macduff, commits the same crime as Macbeth but it is seen as justice, because of Macbeths own crime. In Macbeth justice is seen as restoring order, Macduff makes emends with those of Scotland, and stays loyal by killing Macbeth.

Buckingham is Richard's right hand man and as a result he must be able to lie and deceive just like Richard. In the following conversation Buckingham describes how good of a deceiver he is. "Tut, I can counterfeit the deep tragedian,/ Speak, and look back, and pry on every side,/ Tremble and start at wagging of a straw,/ Intending deep suspicion. Ghastly looks/ Are at my service, like enforced smiles,/ And both are ready in their offices,/ At any time to grace my stratagems"(3.5.5-12).

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The Duke of Buckingham is Richard's right hand man for a majority of the play. He lies, deceives, and tricks people just like Richard. He believes that by helping Richard in his quest to be king he would award him with great power. However, this is Buckingham's downfall as Richard eventually as him executed believing that he may be a traitor.

Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, KG September 1455 – 2 November played a major role in King Richard III's rise and He is also one of the primary suspects in the disappearance (and presumed murder) of the Princes in the Tower.