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Macbeth was written by William Shakespeare in 1606 In Act 2 we see Macbeth assassinate the king and get shaken from it Later on in Act 3 Macbeth plans to kill Banquo by murderers to assure his own safety On the other hand the three witches appear with Hecate and plan to show Macbeth some magic that will lead him to his own destruction Act 3 also reveals Macduff going England for help in freeing Scotland from the tyrant Macbeth Macbeth is so obsessed by thoughts of the murder that he starts to hallucinate Once he commits murder he feels guilt fear and regrets but lack of safety and his ambitions force him to become a murderer and takes him into the river of bloodMacbeth who plans to kill his own king is so obsessed by thoughts of the murder that he starts to hallucinate In Act 2 we see Macbeth reveal his feeling before assassin the king He says Is this a dagger which I see before me The handle toward my hand Come let me clutch thee 2142-43 In other words Macbeth see the dagger that he plans to use in the murder a dagger which beckons him toward King Duncans door Put another way he is seeing something not present Macbeth understands that he is getting into a bloody business but he is not horrified Rather he wants to be as deadly as the dagger Having succumbed to his ambitions to gain the Crown by whatever means Macbeth plan to kill his own king at his own castleOnce Macbeth commits murder he losses his mind and starts to feel guilt He starts hearing voices that are not really spoken Macbeth returns from the kings room dazed with horror Macbeth says Still it cried sleep no more to all the house Glamis hath murdered sleep and therefore Cawdor Shall sleep no more Macbeth shall sleep no more2256-60 In other words
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