who said it and what does it mean?
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Lady Macbeth says this as she prepares to convince her husband to murder King Duncan. She wants to be ruthless and brutal and have no trace of femininity or gentleness in herself. She believes that she wants to be the man she believes Macbeth might not be, and therefore, she wants to become as cruel as possible to help her husband commit the cruelest act of all.