What mood does this stanza from henry wadsworth longfellow’s “the tide rises, the tide falls” evoke in the reader
the answer should be b.! i hope this !
lady macbeth fears that her husband does not possess the personality traits that are necessary to achieve his main goal: to ascend to the throne. in other words, she is worried that her husband is too kind to do what it takes to become king, which is murdering duncan. moreover, in the play, she is the one that convinces macbeth to do whatever is necessary to take the throne. lady macbeth is also the one that plans duncan's death and calls her husband 'a coward' when macbeth tells her that he should not kill duncan.
the answer is d. they were uncomfortable with such a controversial topic.