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"...there's daggers in men's smiles." Donalbain says this line in Act 2, Scene 3 just as he and Malcolm (Duncan's sons) decide to flea to Ireland and England, respectively. They fear that whoever killed their father will try to kill them. However, their decision to run away makes it easy for Macbeth to suggest that they are guilty of patricide. This quote has previously been analyzed on e-notes at this location:
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