Guilt Quotes In Macbeth

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In the drama “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” William Shakespeare reflects on guilt . More specifically, Shakespeare implies guilt and how repercussions of guilt can be detrimental towards an individual because it creates emotional instability and distorted judgement. Guilt is displayed many times throughout the play, but mostly through internal conflicts of Macbeth. For instance, Macbeth feels internal guilt when he murdered King Duncan. Macbeth says, “ I’ll go no more/ I am afraid to think what I have done/Look on it again I dare not,” (Act II, Scene ii , line 50). In other words, Macbeth regrets his decision right after killing King Duncan. He’s saying he can 't go back and that he’s afraid about what he’s done. This quote tells us, Macbeth feels

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