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Heaven and Hell

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on 14 November 2013

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Transcript of Heaven and Hell

Good vs Evil: your intentions predispose
which fate you shall meet.
“Faith, here’s an equivocator, that could swear in both the scales for God’s sake, yet could not equivocate heaven/ What are you? But this place is too cold for hell. (2.3 8-11, 16-17)- Porter is referring to Macbeth's castle.
Macbeth is a story of transition from heaven's side to hell's.
"The multiplying villainies of nature do swarm upon him" (1.2 13-14)- Soldier. In this quote the soldier is describing the "villainies" of nature (insects) swarming upon Macdonwald. This is an example of the kingdom commencing it's elapse into darkness.
This quote is an example of Atmosphere
"I go and it is done; the bell invites me./Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell/ that summons thee to heaven or to hell. (2.1 70-71)- Macbeth. This is when Macbeth kills Duncan. There is a bell that sounds which Macbeth
interprets as a funeral bell for Duncan.

This quote demonstrates the element of plot
because in this quote Macbeth is saying how
the knell (a funeral bell) is summoning Duncan to
heaven or hell. This quote is said when Macbeth kills
Duncan- a major event in the plot line.
Decisions made had unpredicted outcomes and affected not only Macbeth himself, but others around him in a negative way.
Decisions made had unpredicted outcomes and affected not only Macbeth himself,
but others around him in a negative way.
“Despair thy charm. And let the angel whom thou still hast served tell thee, Macduff was from his mother’s womb untimely ripp’d” (5.8 17-20)- Macduff.
This line is said when Macduff and Macbeth are about to battle at the end of the play.

This quote is the turning point in the story. In this scene
Macbeth learns that he is not invincible, that he can and will be killed. He learns that the prophecies he was told will all come true despite his efforts to prevent some of them.
"Come, you spirits/That tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here/ And fill me, from the crown to the toe, top-full/ Of direst cruelty." (1.5 44-46) - Lady Macbeth
Lady Macbeth is adressing Satan, asking him to fill her with cruelty and pure evil so that she can change into someone without feeling.
Asking the devil to change her personality so that she could commit these evil deeds shows a part of Lady Macbeth's character that we were unaware of. This unexpected revelation is only the start of the evil-tainted things Lady Macbeth does.

“Did heaven look on,/ and would not take their part? Sinful Macduff,/ they were all struck for thee!” (4.3 261-262)- Macduff
In this quote Macduff is showing regret and guilt over the death of his family. He mentions how heaven overlooked his family's death, and calls himself "Sinful Macduff" because he was not there to save them.
Here Macduff is speaking of his family's death. He mentions heaven and lack of heavenly acts referring to the murder of his family as an unholy act
“ She has spoke what she should not, I am sure of that:/ heaven knows what she has known” (5.1 44-45)- Gentlewoman.
Gentlewoman is referring to how Lady Macbeth has sinned and how heaven knows of her sins due to Lady Macbeth's sleepwalking.
The theme in this quote is the theme of sin.
The gentlewoman mentions heaven knowing
what Lady Macbeth knows: which recently has been sin
and evil deeds.
“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.” (4.3 24-27)-Malcom
Here Malcolm is discussing with Macduff angels and fallen angels such as Lucifer. He is comparing Lucifer to Macbeth saying the brightest fell, and the foul things would appear innocent like Macbeth has.
The themes in this quote are Greed, Jealousy and Sin. Malcolm is describing the fallen angel Lucifer aka the devil.and comparing him to Macbeth, and Macbeth's evil qualities incluing greed, jealously, and sin.
The themes in this quote are greed, jealousy and sin. Here Malcolm is referring to the fallen angel Lucifer and comparing him to Macbeth. Some mutual qualities of both the devil and the tyrant are those os greed, jealousy and sin.
The themes in this quote are jealousy, greed, and sin. Malcolm is referring to Lucifer, the fallen angel and comparing him to Macbeth, the tyrant. Both have similar personal traits that include jealously, greed, and sin.
Good and evil; the fight between heaven and hell.

By Taryn Federici, Miranda Landry, Robyn Evans and Brooke Lennard
In conclusion Macbeth is a story that contains many characters who's lives go from good and pure to evil and full of sin. Macbeth's story as a villain and a tyrant was caused by his bad decisions to listen to evil (witches) and ignore good (Banquo).
This quote is an example of Atmosphere. The porter is referring to the castle and how it is cold because of the events that have occurred, and the evil presence the castle has obtained.
This quote is an example of Atmosphere, due to the fact that the soldier is speaking about "villainies" of nature. Evil insects living in the land that started to swarm him causing him to become increasingly evil. This also foreshadows Macbeth's descent from good to evil
Macbeth's decisions affected those around him in a negative way: causing Lady Macbeth to go mad and causing several vital characters such as Duncan and Banquo to lose their lives.
Prezi overview
- Intro
- Atmosphere
- Plot
- Character
- Theme
- Conclusion
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