Why does Macbeth second guess the deed?

Why does Macbeth second guess the deed?

in his solilquy, macbeth says, “if it were done when ’tis done, then ’twere well if it were done quickly.” what is “it”? Why does Macbeth second guess the deed? She manipulated him she knows how to work Macbeth to get what she wants. One loses respect for Macbeth when he is around his wife.

What is Lady Macbeth referring to when she says out damned spot?

Lady Macbeth refers to the blood of King Duncan when she cries, “Out, damned spot! Out, I say!” She tries to wash away the guilt which now consumes her. In Act V, Scene 1, it is a transformed Lady Macbeth that audiences witness.

Who says what a sigh is there the heart is sorely charged?

“The heart is sorely charg’d.” the doctor says when he hears Lady Macbeth sigh.

Why must Lady Macbeth have light by her continually?

Lady Macbeth needs a light to be next to her at all times because of her tortuous memories from the night she and her husband killed King Duncan. Lady Macbeth admits to murdering Duncan, Banquo, and Macduff’s family, even though she was only involved in the first murder.

Why is Macbeth not afraid of Macduff?

In Act V, Scene 7, Macbeth kills young Siward and proclaims he wasn’t afraid to face the warrior because Siward was born of a woman. In Act V, Scene 8, Macbeth initially refuses to fight Macduff; he claims he’s killed enough of Macduff’s family members and wants to refrain from killing Macduff, too.

What’s done Cannot be undone Macbeth?

Sleepwalking, as has become her wont, she mutters, as if to Macbeth, “What’s done cannot be undone” (Act 5, scene 1, 68).

Why does Lady Macbeth say all perfumes of Arabia?

Lady Macbeth says this because she has realized that nothing in the world will erase the stain of King Duncan’s death from her conscience.

Which figure of speech is in the line all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand?

In hyperbole a statement is made emphatic by overstatement. Here’s the smell of blood still; all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand. O Hamlet! thou has cleft my heart in twain.