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What does Macduff's allusion to Greek mythology convey when he says,

Approach the chamber and destroy your sight / With a new Gorgon? (2.3)


He wants to convey the horror of seeing Duncan's murder.


He warns that only those with hearts of stone will be able to bear looking upon the scene.


He feels completely numbed by the scene he had just witnessed.


He conjures up ancient mythology to convey the scene's timeless evil.


He senses the work of supernatural evil, unknowingly referencing the three witches.

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