Macbeth self determination quotes

MACBETH: “If it were done when ’tis done, then ’twere wellIt were done quickly.” (Act 1, Scene 7) Even though Macbeth knows that it is wrong to kill Duncan, he is unable to quell his desire for power, which is led by his self-determination.
MACBETH: “I am settled, and bend upEach corporal agent to this terrible feat.” (Act 1, Scene 7) Under Lady Macbeth’s manipulation, Macbeth’s resistance of temptation is not strong enough, his self-determination finally takes over his conscience.
MACBETH: “Is this a dagger which I see before me,The handle toward my hand?” (Act 2, Scene 1) The dagger in Macbeth’s mind reveals that he is not satisfied with the power he already possesses, and he is determined to kill Duncan.

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