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The symbol of blood in Macbeth

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noah alsalman

on 7 March 2016

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Transcript of The symbol of blood in Macbeth

noha al-salman
A symbol is a specially evocative kind of image; that is a word or phrase referring to a concrete object, scene, or action which also has some further significance associated with it: roses, mountains, birds... have all been
used as common literary symbols.

The symbolism of
in Macbeth
The symbolism of
in Macbeth

A motif is a symbol that occurs more than once in a literary work.
"Here's the smell of the blood
still: all the perfumes of
Arabia will not sweeten
this little hand. O, O, O!"
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