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Macbeth

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Quote:
   Captian: "For brave Macbeth- well he deserves that name- disdaining fortune, with his branished steel..."
Act 1, scene ii
 
Comment:
    Macbeth is known for his bravery in battle.
 
Quote:
    Macbeth: "I have done the deed. Didst thou not hear a noise?"  Act 2, scene ii
 
Comment:
     He changes from the brave, kind man to a murderer.
 
Quote:
      Macbeth: "If we should fail?" Act 1, scene Vii
 
Comment:
      He is afraid they will fail because of his kind heart.
 
Quote:
      Macbeth: "To know my deed,'twere best no know myself.[Knock] Wake Duncan with thy knocking! I would thou couldst! Act 2, scene iii
 
Comment:
      He feels guilty about Duncan's death and wishes he was alive again.