(I)“I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only
These lines are taken from Macheth Written by Shakespeare
Explanation: Shakespearean scholars almost unanimously agree
that de berries fully responsible for his actions.
It is certainly his "vaulting ambition" that makes him murder Duncan,
and then the fear of insecurity does not let his mind take a rest.
In Christian terms, Macbeth is completely free to choose his course of action.
He commands reason which scans the whole situation before
he decides to kill Duncan. He himself speaks well of Duncan:
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