macbeth usefull

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'Fair is foul, All three witches - Act 1.1 Analysis:
and foul is fair' The gothic use of oppisition can be seen here, which just really highlights the supernatural and gothic elements of the witches. It is also foreshadowing Macbeth's later line t
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'O valiant cousin!..... Duncan about Macbeth - Act 1.2 Analysis:
worthy gentleman!' shows the family type relationship between Duncan and Macbeth and Duncans admiration for him
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So foul and.... Macbeth to Banquo - Act 1.3 Analysis:
fair a day I have seen.' This allows the audience knowledge that Macbeth and this witches are to be affiliated with eachother throughout the play. It also uses the gothic method of doubles and mirroring, as Macbeth repeats what has already been said.
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'What, can the ........' Banquo, after hearing of Macbeth's title Thane of Cawdor - Act 1.3 Analysis:
devil speak true? Banquo is shown to be the antithesis to Macbeth, Godly and honest, so his excalmation that the witches' and their prophecy are in fact 'the devil' shows that they are negative. By also describing Macbeth's gain of the title as some
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'I fear thy nature/It is too full Lady Macbeth on Macbeth - Act 1.5 Analysis:
o'th'milk of human kindness.' Lady Macbeth comes across very authorative in the initial representation of her character. This is the first of many times that she ridicules and emasculates Macbeth, and here, the notion of 'human kindess'
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'O valiant cousin!..... Duncan about Macbeth - Act 1.2 Analysis:

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worthy gentleman!' shows the family type relationship between Duncan and Macbeth and Duncans admiration for him

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So foul and.... Macbeth to Banquo - Act 1.3 Analysis:

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'What, can the ........' Banquo, after hearing of Macbeth's title Thane of Cawdor - Act 1.3 Analysis:

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'I fear thy nature/It is too full Lady Macbeth on Macbeth - Act 1.5 Analysis:

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