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in the tragedy of macbeth, act ii, what reason does lady macbeth give for not killing king duncan herself? a. she says that she is a woman and incapable. b. she says the witches’ prophesy forbids it. c. she says the king looked like her father as he slept. d. she says that her husband must do it to prove his strength.

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Peanut2

I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option C. In the tragedy of macbeth, act ii, the reason that lady macbeth give for not killing king duncan herself would be that she says the king looked like her father as he slept. Hope this helps.

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