Loss Of Manhood In Macbeth

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Macbeth puts tries Macbeth manhood. She says Act 2, Scene 2, Line 85 “ My hands are as red as yours, but I would be ashamed if my heart were as pale and weak.” Macbeth starts to feel weak and realizes he that he has to go get rid of the blood. They go into there bedroom and get rid of the blood with water. Macbeth his contemplating and reminiscing about what just happened. Macbeth is scared and lost at words because he deeply did not want to kill King Duncan. Lady Macbeth wants knows that she has the upper hand on Macbeth. She wanted to become a queen and her husband to become king more than he did. Lady Macbeth also realizes that he is scared and wish he can take it back. After all, Macbeth begins to become very nonchalant about his wife Lady
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