Macbeth is searching for The Witches, going down the river.
To kill or not to kill?
The Witches faced Macbeth and toled him that he's children will be the next king but he needs to kill the King Duncan.
Lady Macbeth recives the letter form Macbeth which says what he discussed with The Witches.
Macbeth is going to his castle to see Lady Macbeth and to told her that he don't wants anymore to kill the king.
Macbeth is facing the fury of Lady Macbeth after he told her that he don't wants to kill the king, and she tolds him that if he won't do it she will do it by her own and he will have to suffer because of this.
After Macbeth's speech with Dunca he profits by a moment of inattention and hestabs him with a degger.
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