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Chapter 18- "If she comes up its Baptism"

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Glenne Miller

on 14 September 2015

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Chapter 18-"If she comes up its Baptism"
Pop Culture
"Casino Royale"
School Read Text
Macbeth
Synopsis
Drowning doesn't have to take place in water
Even if the character does not actually die, it does not mean that "they have not died" in some manner-changed person
"Reborn" factor- can be happy or painful
Drowning can be an "escape"-"takng control"
Shedding of past horrors or "dirt" to change the character
Character's feeling of a revised self
Baptism, spiritual connection/rebirth
"Dramatic death" or a "middle passage" between two places
All depends on contex of the story
Pop Culture
"Oh Brother Where Art Thou"
"Their hands and faces were all badged with blood"
"There’s blood upon thy face."
"I’d rather see his blood splattered on your face than flowing through his veins."
Macbeth comes to Lady Macbeth:(looking at his hands) "This is a sorry sight."
Citations
http://www.shakespeare-navigators.com/macbeth/Blood.html
http://nfs.sparknotes.com/macbeth/page_56.html
youtube.com
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