2. Look specifically at Lines 12 – 17. Why do you suppose the Gentlewoman is worried about telling what she’s heard?

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I'm sure the gentlewoman has heard Lady Macbeth talk about her part in Duncan's death. She refuses to incriminate her mistress.


That, sir, which I will not report after her.

You may to me, and ’tis most meet you should.
Neither to you nor any one, having no witness to confirm my speech.


Gentlewoman tell doctor that L.Macbeth says something but she will not repeat it to him

Doctor says you should tell me

Gentlewoman replies that she will not tell to him nor to any one because there was no one else to witness her speech