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Which of the following BEST describes Duncan's attitude toward Macbeth?
Surprised at seeing his cousin and the victor of the battle at his palace.
Suspicious of Macbeth's motivations, as there is no way Duncan can truly know what Macbeth is thinking.
Passive toward Macbeth's presence, as he had invited Macbeth in the first place and because he was thinking primarily of his son, Malcolm.
Overcome with gratefulness and sorrowful that he cannot repay Macbeth further.
Disturbed at how easily Macbeth took lives during the battle, as if people's lives were nothing more than a trifle.