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What event in Act V suggests that Macbeth is so exhausted by murder and bloodshed that he is almost used to the pain of death?

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What event in Act V suggests that Macbeth is so exhausted by murder and bloodshed that he is almost used to the pain of death?

What event in Act V suggests that Macbeth is so exhausted by murder and bloodshed that he is almost used to the pain of death?

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When Macbeth heard that the trees of Birnam Wood are headed to Dunsinane, it is then that he declared that he is weary of the sun and wish that the state of the world can be undone however, he will continue to fight and he will die fighting.
This lamentation unfolded in Act 5 Scene 5.

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