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The internal struggle of Macbeth's that forms a central conflict of this play is:

A. his cowardliness and his wife's bravery
B. his loyalty to Duncan and his ambition to be king.
C. his hatred for Duncan and his desire to be kind.
D. both A and B

I'm thinking it's D but not sure?

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  1. Actually I think it's B.

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