Imagery, and It's Impact in the Play Macbeth

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Macbeth is trying to gain sympathy by this statement by mourning the loss of a dear friend, and by portraying his guilty feelings to Lady Macbeth by saying: "To know my deed, 'twere best not know myself" (II.ii.,l.73). We begin sympathizing with Macbeth at the beginning of the play, because we looks as if he regrets his action, but as the killings proceed greater by Macbeth the blood images affect the audience, and sympathizing with such an ambitious man is harder...
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Macbeth hired murders to kill Banquo and his son Fleance. After the kill has been complete, Banquo's ghost appears at Macbeth's dinner feast, and Macbeth rambles crazily and states: "Blood hath been shed ere now, i' th' olden time," (II,iv.,l.87). Macbeth's rambling left Lady Macbeth on edge, and she clears out all the dinner guests in fear Macbeth will let out their secret...
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