Macbeth - Guilt

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  • Created on: 09-01-18 21:18
What in Macbeth represents guilt?
Blood
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Does Macbeth feel guilty after killing Duncan?
Yes, even more than before the murder!
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What quote is used in Act 5 Scene 1 to show Lady Macbeth's Guilt
"Her guilt is coming to the surface as she sleeps and dreams"
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What does the quote, "Will all great Neptunes ocean wash this blood" show about Macbeths guilt?
That he is so guilty not even the god of the sea could clear him of the murder.
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What quote shows Lady Macbeths guilt starting to be shown.
"Out damned spot"
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When the muder occurs, does Lady Macbeth feel guilty? Why not?
No, because she sees the murder as a power gain.
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Why was Macbeth written?
To show the guilt of murdering a king
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When does Macbeth first face his guilt?
When meeting Macduff
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What does Macbeth call his hands?
hangman's hands
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