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Macbeth's response to hearing of Fleance's escape is MOST strongly characterized by
The contrast between feeling whole and free with feeling trapped and fearful.
An extended metaphor comparing himself to a large rock exposed to the weather.
A series of paradoxes illustrating the tension Macbeth feels.
An image evoking childhood simplicity and innocence.
The use of assonance to imitate the sound of confusion or fear.