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An Unusual Argument

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Macbeth, Act I, Scene 7, William Shakespeare, 1623

Shakespeare, William. "Macbeth: Act I, Scene Vii." N.p.: n.p., n.d. N. pag. Macbeth: Entire Play. MIT Shakespeare Database, 1993. Web. 08 Sept. 2016.

What is most unusual about Macbeth’s argument in lines 1-32?

A

Macbeth is both the speaker and the audience of his own argument.

B

Macbeth’s argument is coherent though it contains illogical syntax.

C

Macbeth’s most effective evidence in his argument is the most obscure.

D

Macbeth argues against the murder by assuming the voice of Duncan.

E

Macbeth never comes to a definitive conclusion.