Macbeth: (1.7.59)- He's confused. "If we should fail." He's not fulfilling his 'manly deeds' at the moment because he's having second thoughts.

Lady M: (1.7.70-72)- She's determined. "Th'ungarded Duncan, what not put upon..." She's trying to let him know that they can blame it on the guards.

Macbeth: (2.1.41)- He's feeling guilty. "Glamis hath murdered sleep, and therefor Cawdor shall sleep no more." He's murdered the king, so he will sleep no more because of the thoughts and the guilt that will forever keep him awake.

Lady M: (2.2.1-2)-She's nervous. " That which hath made them drunk hath made me bold." She's now having to look to alcohol to calm her down.

Macbeth: (3.2.36)- He's scared. " Oh full of scorpion's is my mind, dear wife." He cant get the thoughts out of his mind.

Lady M: (3.2.35) (3.4.52)- She's over it. "You must leave this." She feels that if they worry about this, they will go crazy and eventually things will get very bad. - She's worried. "And hath been from his youth. Pray you keep seat." She's trying to keep them calm.

Macbeth: (4.1.150.)-He's angry. "The castle of Macduff I will surprise." He's prepaired to do whatever he has to do.

Lady M dosnt have any lines in this scene.

Macbeth: (5.8.4)- He's doubtful. "Of all else men, I have avoided thee." All along he's had doubt.

Lady M: (5.1.28)- She's scared/guilty. "Yet here's a spot." She's dreaming about the night of the murder and is referring to the blood and that its everywhere.

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