This book (fire ? wing)  is one that I have recently acquired and is a part of my favourite trilogys. The book ? takes place in the land of silver wings (bats in the forest),and in which the conflict between the birds and the beasts have now sucluded the bats (witch are considered both bird […]

In this scene the three witches show macbeth three apparitions of his future “come high or low; thyself and office deftly show! *thunder ⚡ enter First apparition*

In this scene lennox and a lord have met and are talking about Macduff planning a war”Macduff is gone to pray the holy king upon his aid to wake Northumberland in warlike siward”

at the banquet macbeth sees banquo’s ghost come sit at his seat macbeth freaks out.

I think that blood is used as a metaphor for murder because it can be made as a promise that there will be death and it could be yours. I think this because blood is asosiated with death and it won’t give away who’s blood it will be.

“it will have blood they say. Blood will have blood.”:       I think that this means that murder will only bring more death/murder. “I am in blood stepp’d so far that should I wade no move, returning were as tedious as go o-er.”:            I think that this means […]

In this scene the king is found dead “o horror,horror,horror, tongue nor heart cannot conceive, nor name thee.”I think this is when the king is found dead by Macduff, and he is calling for help. also when everyone els arrives lennox acuses the kings slave’s” those of his chamber, as seem’d, had done’t. “

What do you think the dagger represents? In the soliloquy of act 2 scene 1 macbeth claims to be seeing a palpable dagger before him “is this a dagger which I see before me”  macbeth comes to the conclusion that the dagger is a hulusination “a false creation proceeding from the heat oppressed brain?” when […]

“we will go no further in this business” this is the quote macbeth says to lady macbeth she replise with “was the hope drunk werein you dress’d yourself?” this quote shows that lady macbeth is adutaded with macbeths acusation as she refers to macbeth as a beast when he asks to kill the king “what […]

This scene starts with a soliloquy of macbeth talking to himself, debating weather he should kill the king, “if th’assasination could trammel up the consequence and catch with his surcease, success, that but this blow might be the be-all and the end-all”  lady macbeth then enters and talks about killing the king but macbeth then replies […]