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Which of the following BEST describes Macbeth, which then forms the main thrust of Lady Macbeth's tirade that begins:

Was the hope drunk / Wherein you dressed yourself? Hath it slept since?


Macbeth enjoys being well-liked by people rather than being feared.


Despite his fearsome reputation, Macbeth is a humble man, not desiring notice or honor.


Macbeth believes that fate and not his actions will determine the course of life, and that any attempts to avert fate would be met with failure.


Macbeth ultimately possesses a kind of integrity that makes it difficult for him to appear one way and act another.


Because of his failures as a father, Macbeth is unable then to understand what it is to provide for his own family.

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