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Plato users select the correct text in the passage. in this excerpt from act iv of shakespeare’s macbeth, identify two biblical allusions. malcolm: what i believe, i'll wail; what know, believe; and what i can redress, as i shall find the time to friend, i will. what you have spoke, it may be so perchance. [ this tyrant, whose sole name blisters our tongues, was once thought honest: you have loved him well; ] he hath not touch'd you yet. i am young; but something you may deserve of him through me; and wisdom [ to offer up a weak, poor, innocent lamb to appease an angry god. ] macduff: i am not treacherous. malcolm: but macbeth is.[ a good and virtuous nature may recoil in an imperial charge. ] but i shall crave your pardon; that which you are, my thoughts cannot transpose; [ angels are bright still, though the brightest fell: though all things foul would wear the brows of grace, ] yet grace must still look so. macduff: i have lost my hopes. will place brainliest and 100 points

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