In this scene, Macbeth has killed Duncan and returns to Lady Macbeth to tell her the good news but he came with the dagger. She gets blood on her shirt while putting the dagger back in Duncan's room.
Farewell Duncan. I shall become king now
The deed is done, Lady Macbeth.
Go get some water and wash this bloody evidence from your hands. Why did you carry these daggers out of the room? They have to stay there.
My hands are as red as yours, but I would be ashamed if my heart were as pale and weak.
I hear someone knocking. Let’s go back to our bedroom and wash our hands to wash away the evidence of our guilt.
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