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Act 4, scene 3, page 10, line 224-225. "What, all my pretty chickens and their dam At one fell swoop?" In this scene, Macduff compares his wife and children pretty chickens. He uses chickens, primarily vulnerable and defenseless animals to exaggerate his sorrow and grief over their death. This animal imagery emphasizes the ruthlessness of Macbeth.