in macbeth's soliloquy,what does he think he sees?Why does he imagine he sees This in act 3?What Three Things  does Drinking Provoke ? act 3



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At the banquet, Macbeth believes he sees Banquo's ghost. He starts to talk to him, and Lady Macbeth tries to excuse him by saying that he has had this type of spell since he was a child. Macbeth cannot control himself, so Lady Macbeth has the guests leave so that he can rest.

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