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In the story "MacBeth" by William Shakespear, MacBeth and Lady MacBeth are both guilty characters. Lady MacBeth plans the murder and MacBeth does the deed. Soon later they both go insane Lady MacBeth ends up killing herself, and MacBeth ends up killing others for no apparent reason. But who is more guilty? Lady MacBeth, who plans this murder or MacBeth who actually commits the crime.
<Tab/>MacBeth is confused about the witches predictions. He wants to become king but he doesn't know if killing his sibling is worth it. "If it were done 'tis done, then t'were well. If w…
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