Discuss Macbeth's visions and hallucinations and say what role they play in the developement of his character.

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Macbeth sees visions and hallucinations as a sign of his guilty conscience for murdering King Duncan. When Macbeth is about kill King Duncan, he sees a bloody dagger floating in the...

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