• Jacob902
After Macbeth kills King Duncan, in a fever of guilt, he brings the daggers he used to kill the king back to his chambers. Lady Macbeth demanded that Macbeth return to the scene and place the daggers in Duncan's room. What reason does Macbeth give for killing King Duncan's guards? A. He didn't want the guards to say they had seen Macbeth in the king's room. B. He wanted King Duncan to have the company of his best guards in death. C. He was angry after the guards admitted to having killed King Duncan. D. He was overcome with anger after seeing Duncan's body covered in blood.
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  • Jacob902
Why is Hecate angry at the other witches? A. They tricked her into helping destroy Macbeth. B. They are not supposed to predict the future for humans. C. They left her out of their plans for Macbeth. D. They ordered the deaths of both Duncan and Banquo.

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