Act 2 scene 2

Characters: Lady Macbeth, Macbeth.

Time: The night. Bye bye Duncan.

Location: The courtyard.

Events: Lady Macbeth takes to herself about drugging the guards successfully, then hears Someone speak, and worry’s that her husband might of been caught before he could kill king Duncan. Then Macbeth comes out side holding the knife that killed Duncan. Macbeth expresses his guilt as that it would infect the word, while Lady Macbeth completely brush’s it off.

Quote:”Wake Duncan with thy knocking: I would thou couldst!” Macbeth said this and would of meant by this that he wishes he could bring Duncan back. But he is still aware that this is beyond his ability. And yet he still wants to remove his guilt and bring Duncan.

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