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29 August, 06:45

How is macbeth's behavior at the banquet a sign of internal conflict? how does he resolve it?

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  1. 29 August, 07:57
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    Here is the answer of the given question above. Macbeth's behavior at the banquet is a sign of a internal conflict as he sees the ghost, because he is troubled by what he has done and is losing his sanity over the guilt of the murder. Macbeth was showing irrational behavior at the banquet because of his guilty consciousness. Hope this answers the question.
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