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gmem = {"There is no art in finding the mind’s construction in the face":'''The previous Thane of Cawdor was a traitor. Duncan says that there is no method in finding the thoughts of a person, and the face can hide anything the person wants to. Therefore stating that Duncan was fooled into believing that the traitor, thane of cawdor was “a person i put my absolute trust”.''',"This castle hath a pleasant seat":'''The appearance of the castle of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth causes Duncan to think that it looked nice and safe, but ironicicly, it was dangerous as right after that, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth planned the murder of him. Therefore, the appearance of the castle had fooled Duncan.''',"There are dagger’s in man’s smiles":'''Malcom and Donaldbain, Duncan’s sons, shares the same thoughts of the idea that people are not what they seem outside than deep in. However, they know how to differenciate between the good and loval and the evil and power-hungry as seen in how they are able to see that despite the others friendly apprances, they can point out the dangerous ones.''',"your wives, your daughters, Your matrons, your maids could not fill up The cistern of my lust...” and “I should forge Quarrels unjust against the good and loyal, Destroying them just for wealth":'''Malcom is putting on a fake appearance to test if Macduff is just another Macbeth’s spy or a true loyal and good thane by making himself seem like an extremely bad person that was greedy, evil and liar. If Macduff still insists that he should come back for the throne, he was a spy trying to lure Malcom back just to kill him.''', "Fit to govern? No, not to live":'''Macduff despairs.''',"Into the air, as what seemed corporal, Melted, as breath into the wind":'''In this scene, Macbeth and Banquo are confusion and unsure if the witches were what they seemed, a human being, or supernatural as what they really are and if they should trust them.'''}
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