Macbeth Essay | Soliloquy in Act 1 Scene 7 of Macbeth

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Soliloquy in Act 1 Scene 7 of Macbeth

Summary: This paper translates MacBeth's soliloquy in Act 1 Scene 7.
I could kill and get it over with quickly. If I could be sure I wasn't caught, if I was 100% positive it would work, this would be the only one I have to kill, but unfortunately we can't see into the future. If we do bad acts, they could turn back on us. If you poison a cup, you must make sure you don't get caught drinking it. The kind has my trust in two ways; I should be loyal to him because he's my king, and because I'm his host, who should be protecting the king not putting him in danger. The king has done no wrong. Every good thing about him is making me hold back. I would feel as bad for Duncan as a naked baby alone in a thunderstorm. The angels are going to tell everyone, and everyone will cry...

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