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Which of the following BEST describes the effect of Macbeth seeing Banquo's ghost?
After this point, Macbeth no longer holds guilt or any reservation in pursuing his own power.
Macbeth is mortified at his own behavior in front of the nobility that he now strives to prove his strength in every situation he can.
Macbeth becomes increasingly paranoid and hysterical, seeing enemies and ghosts everywhere he looks.
Macbeth is struck with a deep sense of regret, but helplessly moves forward with his actions.
After seeing the ghost vanish, Macbeth realizes that he should fear the supernatural in the pursuit of power.