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Macduff: "Confusion now hath made his masterpiece."(II.iii.59) Lady Macbeth: "Woe, alas. What, in our house?"(II.iii.80-81) Macduff paints the scene as a tapestry of mystery and horror, while Lady Macbeth feigns shock.
Malcolm: "Let's not consort with them... I'll to England."(II.iii.128-130) Donaldbain: "To Ireland, I. Our separated fortune shall keep us both safe."(II.iii.131-132) Both sons express an intimation of a staged murder, concerned for safety
Macduff: "The kings two sons are stolen away and fled, which puts upon them suspicion of the deed."(II.iv.25-27) Macduff genuinely believes that the sons did it, which plays into Macbeth's plan.
Ross: "The sovereignty is to fall upon Macbeth."(II.iv..30) Macduff: "He is already named and gone to Scone."(II.iv.31) They both are not noticeably upset by Macbeth becoming King and are not suspicious at all.
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