Use Of The Word Night In Macbeth

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Macbeth fears he can not live with himself for murdering Duncan and the servants. The word “night” is used to describe the terrible dreams he had throughout the night. Also, “night” is referred to something scary and dark and that was how Macbeth’s dreams were. In the beginning, Macbeth did not use the word “night” as often as Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth pressured Macbeth to kill Duncan in order to become king and gain more power for themselves. When Lady Macbeth uses the word “night”, it was always associated with the subject of murder. Also, when other characters in the play used the word, it was used to show sorrow or grief for the deaths that occurred or used for its literal sense. Macbeth was reluctant to kill Duncan because it was immoral
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