I have done the deed. I have killed Duncan! My conscience is so heavy, I could not say Amen.
Good riddance! You unbend your nobleness when you think so brain sickly of things.
I have killed innocent sleep. I cannot get my hands any bloodier.
give me the daggers my cowardly husband. if you do not frame the guards, I wil! the sleeping and the dead are but as pictures.
we thought Macbeth was a noble one. it is clear w who murdered king Duncan...
my hands are now of Macbeth's colour. But I will not wear his heart of white.
Macbeth returns to Lady Macbeth with news that he has murdered Duncan. distraught with remorse, he expressed his regret to Lady Macbeth who urges him to forget his wrongdoing and look to his ambition instead.
Macbeth's is clearly troubled and Lady Macbeth is unsympathetic. she sets out to do his evil deeds for him
Lady Macbeth has painted blood on the guards to make it seem as if they had killed king Duncan. although she is aware of the terrible consequences, she commits the sin remorselessly.