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Macbeth Annotations

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koayshia rodriguez

on 7 March 2014

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Transcript of Macbeth Annotations


"It is bloody business which inform thus to mine eyes" Act 2 Scene 1 Line 49

"So withered and so wild in their attire..."
Act 1 scene 3 line 40
"Fair is foul, and foul is fair "
Act 1 scene 1 line 12
"I heard the owl scream, the chiticet"
Act 2 scene 2 line 15
Light /
"Who did strike out the light?"
Act 3 Scene 3 Line 21

"Sleep shall neither night nor day..."
Act 1 Scene 3 line 19
" All is the fear and nothing is the love..."
Act 4 Scene 2 Line 12
Koayshia Rodriguez
The motif fear is never ending in the play.
Macbeth was originally feared committing murder
then he feared being caught for it so he did whatever it
took cover it up even if that meant killing again.
Blood is everywhere in Macbeth, from being related by blood to blood being shed. Blood symbolizes guilt that is like a stain on Macbeth and lady Macbeth hands.
Garments reveal
a lot in Macbeth,
like how Macbeth
robe hangs loose
this shows he has
stolen his title,and
the kings shoes are
too big to fill.

Equivocation was usually used
by the witches to confuse people.
But it was also used to show how something good could be something bad.
Birds represent
that something bad is going to happen in Macbeth when a bird showed up bad thing were guaranteed to occur.
light and darkness were used to show that what happens the dark comes to light.
Macbeth and lady Macbeth both couldn't sleep because of the crimes they committed that hunted then to their graves.
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