Macbeth Key Quotes

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  • Macbeth
    • Act 1
      • Scene 1
        • thunder and lightning
        • When the battle's lost and won
        • Fair is foul and foul is fair
      • Scene 2
        • brave Macbeth-well he deserves that name
        • unseam'd him from the nave to th' chaps
        • valiant cousin
        • no more that Thane of Cawdor shall deceive
        • noble Macbeth
      • Scene 4
        • worthiest cousin
        • stars, hide your fires
      • Scene 3
        • weird sisters, hand in hand
        • garin will grow
        • Macbeth
          • So foul and fair a day i have not seen
          • would they had stay'd
          • stay you imperfect speakers. twll me more
          • Thinking about killing duncan
            • dress me in borrow'd robes
            • swelling act
            • cannot be ill, cannot be good
            • make my seated hear knock at my ribs
            • whose murder yet is but fantastical
          • haitl to thee Thane of cawdor
        • Baquo
          • Are ye fantastical
          • less than Macbeth, and greater
          • have we eaten on the insane root
          • what can the devil speak true?
      • Scene 5
        • Lady Macbeth's monologue
          • too full o'th'milk of human kindness to cacth the nearest way
          • golden round
          • raven himself is hoarse
          • fatal entrence of Duncan
          • under my battlements
          • unsex me here
          • fil me from the crown to the toe topfull of direst cruelty
          • take my milk for gall
          • art not without ambition, but without
        • look like th' innocent flower but be the serpent under't
        • leave all the rest to me
        • we will speak further-
      • Scene 6
        • honour'd hostess
      • Scene 7
        • I am his kinsman and his subject
        • shut the door not bear the knife myself
        • vaulting ambition
        • Macbeth vs Ladu Macbeth
          • we will proceed no further in this bussiness
          • was the hope drunk
          • coward
          • be so much more the man
          • screw your courage to the sticking place and we'll not fair
    • Act 2
      • Scene 1
        • a friend
        • I think not of them
        • Macbeth's Monologue
          • is this a dagger which I see before me
          • come let me clutch thee
          • for it is a knell, that summons thee to heaven or to hell
      • Scene 2
        • Macbeth doth murder sleep
        • will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood
        • to wear a hear so white
        • a little water clears us of this deed
      • Scene 3
        • but this place is too cold for hell
        • Duncan's death discovered
          • O horror, horror, horror
      • Scene 4
        • and Duncan's horses...turn's wild in nature
    • Act 3
      • Scene 1
        • thou hast it all now, King, Cawdor, Glamis
        • thou played'st most foully for't
        • our fears in Banquo stick deep
      • Scene 2
        • we have scorch'd the snake, not kill'd it
        • full of scorpions is my mind
        • be innoncent of the knowledge, dearest chuck
      • Scene 3
        • fly, good Fleance, fly, fly, fly
      • Scene 4
        • enter the ghost of Banquo
        • pray you, sit still
        • how sayst thou that Macduff denies his person
        • I am in blood stepp'd in so far
      • Scene 5
        • the withces prpare for another meeting with Macbeth
      • Scene 6
        • the English king is rising an army to go against Macbeth
    • Act 4
      • Scene 1
        • double, double toil and trouble
        • something wicked this way comes
        • beware Macduff
          • for none of woman born shall harm Macbeth
            • Macbeth shall never vanquish'd be until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane Hill shall come
      • Scene 2
        • Macduff's family is killed
      • Scene 3
        • Plans to attack Macbeth; Macduff is told about his dead family
    • Act 5
      • Scene 1
        • Out, damned spot
        • all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand
      • Scene 2
        • The army advances
      • Scene 3
        • Macbeth learns of the approching army and goes off to fight
          • give me my armour
      • Scene 4
        • Maclom's army uses branches to hide their numbers
      • Scene 5
        • The queen, my lord, is dead
      • Scene 6
        • Battle starts
      • Scene 7
        • what's he that was born of a woman? such a one am i to fear, or none
      • Scene 8
        • Macduff was from his mother's womb untimlely ripp'd
        • yet i will try the last
          • Macbeth will keep on fighting
      • Scene 9
        • Malcom is proclaimed king

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