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In Macbeth by William Shakespeare Macbeth and Lady Macbeth show Where guilt is rage and courage doth abound stated by Ben Johnson If a person has guilt they often become raged and have more courage I agree and disagree with this statement Some characters from Macbeth cant forgive themselves for what they did and feel guilt for their actions Other characters forget their guilt and become raged and have more courageMacbeth shows us that where quilt is rage and courage often follow When Macbeth kills Duncan he cant overcome the deed that he had done Macbeth then started to feel as if he couldnt trust others around him He also became raged at anyone who was not loyal to him Macbeth had Macduffs family murdered because Macduff was said to be a traitor and fled the country After the murders of Duncan Macduffs family and Banquo Macbeth feels that he is superior to Macbeth then kills young Siward this makes Macbeth feel even more confident in himself and he has so much courage that he thinks he can defeat the English Army Another character from Macbeth is Lady Macbeth She is the opposite of Macbeth in that she cant forgive herself and becomes guilty Lady Macbeth aids in the killing of Duncan and encourages Macbeth to go threw with the murder At first she was calm and says A little water will clear us of our deeds But after her guilt sets in Lady Macbeth cant sleep She later starts to sleep walk reenacting the killing of DuncanThe characters in Macbeth show two opposite sides Lady Macbeth regrets what she has done and she can never forgive herself for that Macbeth on the other hand turns his guilt into rage and the courage In the end both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth get what they deserve for their actions of cruelty
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