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BC: Oh, what have I done? I don't know how much longer I can live with this burden I have. I'm the one who started this madness. At night, I wake up, go to the wash room and wash Duncan's invisible blood off my hands. I know I didn't kill him but I still have guilty about it. I hope no one sees me doing this. I picture that night in my head over and over again. I feel like I'm responsible for Banquo’s, Lady Macduff's and her son's death. This is it, I can no longer live with this guilty of what I have created. Lady Macbeth

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1: I have just received a letter from my husband, Macbeth. The letter says that he will be king. I like the sound of that. When my husband gets home, I will try to sweet talk him and get him to kill King Duncan. It will be hard because he is too nice, not mean enough. I have a plan. We shall invite him over andMacbeth shall be nice to him. Once Duncan is asleep, Macbeth shall kill him. I will get the guards drunk and Macbeth will plant the murder weapons on them. That sounds like a great plan.

3: It has been done! King Duncan is dead! Macbeth was a nervous wreck after the murder. He brought back the daggers to our room so I had to go plant them on the guards. I would have killed Duncan myself but he reminded me of my father. When Macduff found Duncan's body, he said to me “Oh, gentle lady, ‘Tis not for you to hear what I can speak. The repetition in a woman's ear, Would murder as it fell.” Little do he know that I was the one who planned the murder.

4: Being Queen of Scotland has been absolutely wonderful! Having these servants doing things for me is great! Seems like my husband is a great on the throne. Better than Duncan, haha!

6: The other day I overheard these men telling my husband that the deed has been done. Macbeth looked pleased when he had heard this. I wondered what the deed was. I have been thinking every since then what was going on. I haven't seen Banquo and his son Fleance in a while. I asked my husband where they were. He had this funny look on his face. He then said that Banquo and Fleance went to visit some family in England. The next day I was watching the news and saw that Banquo was killed and Fleance hasn't been found. It made sense that the deed was to kill Banquo and his son. I brought this up to my husband and he told me that he had Banquo and Fleance killed because he didn't want the prophecy to come true about Banquo’s son being king. After I heard this I kind of felt guilty for having Macbeth kill Duncan because now he doesn’t have any problem killing anyone else now. I feel that I have created a monster. Lady Macbeth

7: Oh my god, I think my husband has killed again. I heard fellow nobles talking about Macduff's wife and son being killed in their home the other day. My husband has truly became an monster. It seems like he doesn't have no remorse or even feel guilty about what he has done. What have I done?

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