How are the descriptions of Macbeth uses in his soliloquy (lines 33-61) particularly appropriate?

Act 2 scenes 1-2 lines 33-61

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 Macbeth sees a dagger with blood spurting out of it. The dagger is an illusion from his "heat oppressed" brain (stressed out). He has misgivings about killing Duncan. These misgivings manifest themselves in his constant w=questioning of the deed he is to do.