Discuss the different meanings that Macbeth's speech "Had I but died an hour before..." Holds for the assembled lords, for Macbeth himself, and for you.

Act 2 Scene 3

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Macbeth is lamenting the death of the King. Much of it is an act to show how "astonished" he is over the King's "untimely death." I'm not sure what the next part of your question means.