Act 2 Q.1 cont.2

Analyze Macbeth's active imagination contributes to his internal conflict. Explain what these passages from Act ll reveal about this conflict

his refusal to return to the room (Scene 2, lines 48-50)

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Macbeth's inner guilt is at its climax. He is paralyzed by what he has done. He does not complete L. Macbeth's instructions. Distraught, he shows up with the bloody daggers and refuses to go back to the room to plant the daggers with the guards.

I’ll go no more:
I am afraid to think what I have done;
Look on ’t again I dare not.