Introducing Quotes In Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'

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Stephanie Webb Mrs. Keane English II, Period 3 9 May 2014 Introducing Quotes The witches have told Macbeth that he is safe until the forest storms his castle. Since forests do not generally move, he is giddy with relief. Macbeth is sure that the third apparition's prophecy will never be, for 'who can impress the forest?' or 'bid the tree unfix his earth-bound roots?' (Mac.4.1.91-3). Of course, the prophecy comes true. Malcolm decides that the best way for the army to sneak up on Macbeth is to hide in the forest. Earlier in the play, Lady Macbeth possessed a stronger resolve and sense of purpose than her husband and was the driving force behind their plot to kill Duncan. When Macbeth believed his hand was stained with blood earlier in the play, Lady Macbeth had then found out that her hand was bloodstained as well. She says, “Out, damned spot, out, I say! One. Two. Why then, ‘tis time to do ‘it. Hell is murky. Fie, my lord, fir, a soldier and afeard? What need we fear who knows it, when none can call our power to account? Yet who would have though the old man to have had so much blood in him?” (Mac.5.1.37). The reader disagrees that Lady Macbeth understands herself but not Macbeth because it is actually the opposite. Lady Macbeth understands Macbeth because she…show more content…
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