Pretending as a p>As they had seen me with these hangma n ‘s hands :
List’ning their fear, I could not say “Amen.”
When they did say “God bless us!” (286). Macbeth has some intense feelings of guilt and regret about killing the king, but decided to cover it up to protect his throne and his wife.
Reflect on Your Writing
In my evaluation of Macbeth, his deep sense of regret and guilt are driving factors toward the main issues in his character. What may have been lacking are his relationships to power and order, because I (as an audience member) have not yet witnessed how Macbeth is as a leader and King.
In my evaluation, I used Macbeth’s words hinting at guilt towards his wife. However, there are plenty of examples in Act I and II of Macbeth going back-and-forth about the emotional morals and overall ethics of killing King Duncan.
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