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Give me 3 details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss Give me 3 details about this quote: These are Duncans words It is about the Macbeths castle. He is about to enter to stay the night.

It is full of dramatic irony as the audience know they plan to kill him It is spoken on the eve of his murder CONTEXT a) Macbeth, written in the Elizabethan era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and the unity of England and Scotland. b) Macbeth, written in the Jacobean era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and disease. c) Macbeth, written in the Jacobean era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and the unity of Ireland and Scotland. d) Macbeth, written in the Jacobean era, dealt with some of the

main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and the unity of England and Scotland. CONTEXT a) Macbeth, written in the Elizabethan era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and the unity of England and Scotland. b) Macbeth, written in the Jacobean era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and disease. c) Macbeth, written in the Jacobean era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and the unity of Ireland and Scotland. d) Macbeth, written in the Jacobean era, dealt with some of the main concerns of the age treachery, witchcraft and the unity of England and Scotland. Give me 3

details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss Give me 3 details about this quote: It is Lennox who says this It is about Macbeth The country is Scotland It is because Macbeth is

murdering any traitors Lennox has to be very careful in what he says. MACBETH Macbeth is first introduced as a brave and ________ warrior. He has been trained to kill any enemy that threatens his King and country. Shakespeare introduces Macbeth in this way to create a sense of ___________ irony and _____________ the violence later in the play, at his hands. It becomes _________ early on in the play that Macbeths __________ is both his love and loyalty to Lady Macbeth and his own _______. In the moments after the murder, unlike his wife, Macbeth

is plagued by feelings of guilt and ________ over the killing of Duncan. This _________ moment in the play, marks the beginning of his descent in _________ and madness. pivotal hamartia remorse apparent dramatic fierce turmoil

hubris foreshadow MACBETH Macbeth is first introduced as a brave and fierce warrior. He has been trained to kill any enemy that threatens his King and country. Shakespeare introduces Macbeth in this way to create a sense of dramatic irony and foreshadow the violence later in the play at his hands. It becomes apparent early on in the play that Macbeths hamartia is both his love and loyalty to Lady Macbeth and his own hubris. In the moments after the murder, unlike his wife, Macbeth is plagued by feelings of guilt and remorse over the killing of Duncan. This pivotal moment in the

play, marks the beginning of his descent in turmoil and madness. pivotal hamartia remorse apparent dramatic fierce turmoil hubris

foreshadow Give me 3 details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss Give me 3 details about this quote: It is Lady Macbeth who says this She is referring to

when Macbeth first contemplated murdering Duncan It is a persuasive device to emasculate Macbeth, suggesting he is a coward Her persuasion is successful IS THIS A DAGGER. Is this a dagger which I see ________me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me ________thee. I have thee not, and yet I see thee still. Art thou not, _______vision, sensible To feeling as to sight? or art thou but A dagger of the _______, a false creation,

Proceeding from the heat-oppressed _______ ? I see thee yet, in form as palpable As this which now I draw. Thou marshallst me the way that I was going And such an instrument I was to use. Mine eyes are made the fools of the other senses: Or else worth all the rest; I still ________ still. And on thy blade and dudgeon gouts of blood Which was not so before. IS THIS A DAGGER. Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee. I have thee not, and yet I see thee still. Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible To feeling as to sight? or art thou but A dagger of the mind , a false creation,

Proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain ? I see thee yet, in form as palpable As this which now I draw. Thou marshallst me the way that I was going And such an instrument I was to use. Mine eyes are made the fools of the other senses: Or else worth all the rest; I still thee still. And on thy blade and dudgeon gouts of blood Which was not so before. DUNCAN You have in a quick minute to include all of these words fire explanation of Duncan:

kind betrayed naive judge of character God guest pleasant seat my father Cawdor

chamberlains Give me 3 details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss Give me 3 details about this quote: It is Macbeth who says this as an aside He is calling on the

stars to go out so that his desire is not seen. His desire is to become king and kill Duncan so that this is possible His desire is his harmartia GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF 1) Dramatic Irony (When the audience are aware of something but some of the characters are not) 2) Paradox (things being both true and untrue at the same time, a self-contradictory statement) 3) Religious allusion (a reference to a well known religious

story) 4) Shared lines & broken meter (characters sharing the meter of the line and deliberately breaking the rhythm) 5) Personification (giving a non-human thing human qualities - clue murder) GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF 1) Dramatic Irony (When the audience are aware of something but some of the characters are not) Duncans arrival to the Macbeth castle, Macbeth being named Thane of Cawdor 2) Paradox (things being both true and untrue at the same time, a self-contradictory statement) Fair is foul and foul is fair Banquo lesser than Macbeth and much greater No man of woman born 3) Religious allusion (a reference to a well known religious

story) Look like the innocent flower but be the serpent unert 4) Shared lines & broken meter (characters sharing the meter of the line and deliberately breaking the rhythm) when? Now. As I descended? Ay. Hark! 5) Personification (giving a non-human thing human qualities clue murder) Witherd murdermoves like a ghost Give me 3 details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss Give me 3 details about this

quote: It is Macbeth who says this. It is just after he hears the news of Lady Macbeths death. He is commenting on how meaningless and hopeless life is It also suggests the supernatural and the link between life and death MACBETH

You have in a quick minute to include all of these words fire explanation of Macbeth warrior loyal hubris devoted husband manipulated

murder hamartia trauma natural order & balance done Give me 3 details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss

Give me 3 details about this quote: It is Lady Macbeth who says this It is immediately after the murder of Duncan. Macbeth thinks all the water in Neptunes ocean will not clean his hands of Duncans blood. Lady Macbeth is frustrated by

Macbeth. LADY MACBETH You have in a quick minute to include all of these words fire explanation of Lady Macbeth: Ambitious hamartia Jacobean times

evil manipulative calculating future in the present Relationship with Macbeth madness death COMPLETE THE QUOTES & STATEMENTS

1) Look like the ______ ______ , but be the _______ undert spoken by _________ to Macbeth 2) Fill me from the ______ to the toe, top full of _________ cruelty spoken by ____________ 3) I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only ________ ambition which ______ itself spoken by ________ 4) To be _____ is nothing but to be _______ thus spoken by ________ 5) O full of _________ is my mind dearest wife COMPLETE THE QUOTES & STATEMENTS 1) Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent undert spoken by Lady Macbeth to

Macbeth 2) Fill me from the crown to the toe, top full of direst cruelty spoken by Lady Macbeth 3) I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition which oerleaps itself spoken by Macbeth 4) To be thus is nothing but to be safely thus spoken by Macbeth 5) O full of scorpions is my mind dearest wife Give me 3 details about this quote: @Ccmmoorriiss

Give me 3 details about this quote: It is the witches who say this about Macbeth It is moments before Macbeth goes to see them He wants to find out what his future holds The line suggests the ambiguity of who or what is evil in the play.

THE WITCHES You have in a quick minute to include all of these words fire explanation of The Witches: King James treason natural world supernatural world

words vs action link to Lady Macbeth evil equivocation imaginary world vs real world Paradox

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