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There speaks an already lost soul. And he has still to encounter Satan's sworn, ally at his own health in the person of his wife and 'dearest l o v e \ T o get the full measure of Lady Macbeth's intervention, it is necessary to realise the appalling character of the prayer she offers to the spirits of murder and destruction, when on her first appearance she hears of Duncan's impending visit. T o take this as a mere rhetorical expression of her determination is to miss more than half the horror of it.

What alone checks his hand, he tells himself, is the thought of the evil consequences that may ensue for the assassin, in this world. Assassination is catching, and others may try it on him; as kinsman, subject and host he will seem a 1 See above, pp. xxxvii-xxxviii. lviii MACBETH triple traitor in men's eyes; Duncan is so virtuous and excellent a king that his death will excite the pity of the whole world and draw down a universal curse upon the murderer: such is the drift. * There is no evidence for such views before this soliloquy.

1607) which is quoted on p. lxix below; and several slight, but convincing, echoes in Marston's Sophonisba pointed out by Bradley (p. g. 25 cf. Macbeth, 1. z. ) 4 William Shakespeare, i, 475, 3 xxx MACBETH players to 'exercise themselves' before acting at court by first trying the play out on the popular stage, and the other echoes of MadetA traceable in the drama of 1606 and 1607 make it certain that Shakespeare's tragedy was being publicly performed at this time. The foregoing apparent conflict of evidence may accordingly be resolved ifwe suppose the allusions to Garnet were added to the text after these public performances, while that they are additions will presently be shown.

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