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Which of the following accurately describes Macbeth's attitude toward sleep throughout the play?
Macbeth is constantly tortured by the fact that because of his deeds, he cannot sleep.
Although Macbeth was initially distraught at being unable to sleep, he relished the same inability later in the play.
At first, Macbeth was dismissive over his inability to sleep. However, as the play progressed, the lack of sleep controlled him.
Though Macbeth was initially distressed by his inability to sleep, he no longer attaches any significance to sleep.
Macbeth begins by longing for sleep, but he later becomes dismissive of sleep, noting it is only for the weak.