Macbeth Quotes

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'Brave Macbeth'

Said by Duncan

Topics:

  • Tragic Hero
  • Bravery
  • Power
  • Strength
  • Manliness
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'Tyrant, show thy face'

Said by Macduff

Topics:

  • Tyranny
  • Tragic Hero
  • Power
  • Evil
  • Downfall
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'Full of scorpions is my mind'

Said by Macbeth

Topics:

  • Darkness
  • Evil
  • Tyranny
  • Tragic Hero

- mind is full of darkness and pain

Act 3 scene 2

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'Give to the edge o'th'sword his wife his babes'

Said by Macbeth

Topics:

  • Brutality
  • Tyranny
  • Power 
  • Tragic Hero

- Euthemistic language

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'Are you a man?'

Said by Lady Macbeth

Act 3 Scene 4

Topics:

  • Manliness
  • Manipulation
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'If trembling... protest me the baby of a girl'

Said by Macbeth

Topics:

  • Manliness
  • Power
  • Tragic Hero
  • Strength
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'Fair is foul and foul is fair'

Said by the witches

Topics:

  • Wichcraft
  • Evil
  • Mystery
  • Plotting
  • Tragic Hero
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'Look like the innocent flower but be the serpent

Said by Lady Macbeth

Topics:

  • Manipulation
  • Murder
  • Tragic Hero
  • Plotting
  • Evil
  • Power
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'That shall be king hereafter'

Said by the witches

Topics:

  • Tragic Hero - ambition/hamartia
  • Witchraft
  • Plotting
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'Yet I will try the last'

Said by Macbeth before his death at Macduff's hand

Topics:

  • Tragic Hero
  • Bravery
  • Strength
  • Manliness
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'Take my milk for gall'

Said by Lady Macbeth

Topics:

  • Power
  • Women
  • Evil

Milk, her atural substance meant fir nourishing and loving children, she wants to turn to gall, which is poison, a harsh, cruel ad evil substance.

Her female qualities, she believes, make her weak.

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'Unsex me here'

Said by Lady Macbeth

Topics:

  • Women
  • Inequality
  • Evil
  • Power
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