How does Lennox describe the night and what is Macbeths response a Lennox says

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23. How does Lennox describe the night, and what is Macbeth's response? a. Lennox says it was a terrible night, and it predicted terrible, confusing timesahead. Macbeth brushes it off and says it was merely a rough night.b. Lennox says it was truly beautiful and peaceful-looking. Macbeth says appearancescan be deceiving.c. Lennox says it was an awful night. Macbeth agrees and blames the witches.d. Lennox says it started out looking like an ordinary night. Macbeth disagrees andsays it was terrible. 24. What did Macduff discover? 25. Macduff says, "Oh, gentle lady, 'Tis not for you to hear what I can speak. The repetition, in awoman's ear, Would murder as it fell." What is ironic about this?
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33Study Guide/Quiz Questions - Macbeth- Multiple Choice Format - Page 6 26. What excuse did Macbeth give for killing the guards (grooms)? What is his real reason? 27. Why do Malcom and Donalbain leave? a. They don't want to be accused of the crime.b. They are going to take the sad news to their mother.c. They are afraid the murderer will be after them, too.d. They want to start making the funeral arrangements.28. Why does Ross not believe Malcom and Donalbain were responsible for Duncan's murder?
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34Study Guide/Quiz Questions - Macbeth- Multiple Choice Format - Page 7Act III
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