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  • Macbeth
    Compare and contrast the murders of Banquo and Duncan Well, a fully developed comparison would involve a bit more context. What are you comparing about these actions? In general, though, you could...

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    One of Lady Macbeth's most famous quotes in Macbeth is "the milk of human kindness." With this quote she is describing Macbeth who she thinks will never be King because he isn't strong willed...

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    Arguments based on pathos are those that appeals to the audiences emotions, those based on logos uses logical appeal, usually applying data. Therefore, the arguments in "Lady Macbeth" are clearly...

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    Enotes has wonderful side-by-side texts of many Shakespeare plays. They show the original text and a modern translation. Below is the modern translation for the passage you did not understand....

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    I think you are referring to the passage below: THIRD WITCH. Scale of dragon, tooth of wolf, Witch's mummy, maw and gulf Of the ravin'd salt-sea shark, Root of hemlock digg'd i' the dark, Liver of...

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    Do you mean why did Macbeth forget to *leave* the daggers? (If so, that's an excellent question). Macbeth does not tell us directly, but we know he has been extremely ambivalent about killing...

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    By this point, Macbeth is unable to be rational in his judgments or to be able to tell good from evil. He sees Macduff as a threat to his future, so he feels taking quick action against him and his...

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    Unlike his father, who trusted too readily, Malcolm does not trust Macduff. Here, Malcolm shows his political savvy. He knows he is likely to be sacrificed (an innocent lamb to appease an angry...

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    No the Macbeths do not have any children, and this becomes a significant factor in the play. The witches predict that Macbeth will be king, but they then predict that Banquo's children will be...

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    'Witches' is ambiguous. Confusion has largely arisen because the Folio text refers to them in stage directions and speech prefixes as 'witches'. They call themselves the 'Weird Sisters' and Banquo...

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    Yes, there was a real Macbeth, (Mac Bethad mac Findláich), who lived from 1005 to 1057(ish--accounts vary). The original Macbeth did kill Duncan, but he did so in battle. Also, unlike...

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