Sleepwalking Lady Macbeth - Archana Delos Reyes
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Since her husband went to battle. I have seen her rise from her bed to her closet, taking a paper and writing upon it. After sealing it, she'd go back bed. She'd do all this while she is fast asleep.
How is she? When has she last walked?
Nobody but me has witnessed her sleepwalking.
I will not tell.
Sleepwalking is a sign of a troubled nature. While she is sleepwalking, what have you heard her say?
You can tell me.
There she is, fast asleep! Continually holding a taper, eyes closed this time. Observe her; stand close.
A doctor and a concerned attendant discuss Lady Macbeth's sleepwalking.
The doctor asks the attendant if she has heard anything from Lady Macbeth as she sleepwalks, the attendant refuses to answer.
While the doctor discuss their concerns about Lady Macbeth, lady Macbeth enters the room.
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