What about Macbeth does lady macbeth fear will prevent him from committing the murder?

In act1 before he killed the king..

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Lady Macbeth is afraid that her husband is too kind and caring to kill King Duncan. She says in her soliloquy of Act I scene V-

yet do I fear thy nature;

It is too full o' the milk of human kindness

To catch the nearest way:

She says that he is certainly ambitious, but does not have enough evil in him to kill in cold blood-

thou wouldst be great;

Art not without ambition, but without

The illness should attend it:


'Macbeth' - Wililam Shakespeare