The Gothic Female

Important gothic female quotations for Macbeth, Bloody chamber, Tiger bride, snow child, courtship and Wuthering Heights 

Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Look like th' innocent flower/ But be the serpent under 't
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Come, you spirits that ted on mortal thoughts unsex me here
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Have plucked my ****** from his bareless gums and dashed the brains out
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
I fear they nature is too full o' th' milk of human kindness
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
That i may pour my spirits in thine ear And chastise with the valour of my tongue
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
We fail?
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Hark! I laid their dagger ready, he could not miss 'em
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
I heard the owl and the crickets cry
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
These deeds must not be thought after these ways; so, it will make us mad
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Give me the daggers
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
'tis safer to be that which we destroy than by destruction dwell in doubtful joy
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
You lack the season of all natures sleep
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Out, damned spot! Out, I say!
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
Will these hands e'er be clean
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
The queen my lord is dead
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth
'fiend like queen
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macduff
Run away,I pray you ! Exit Lady Macduff crying murder
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macduff
Whither should I fly?
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macduff
the poor wren The most diminutive of birds, will fight, Her young ones in her nest, against the owl
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macduff
Wisdom? To leave his wife, to leave his babes
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macduff
He loves us not
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macduff
Sirrah, your father's dead
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
Thunder and Lightning
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
battle's lost and won
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Gothic Male - Macbeth-
There to meet with Macbeth
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
Fair is foul and foul is fair, Hover through the fog and filthy air
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
That look not like th' inhabitants o' th' earth {...} You should be women and yet your beards forbid me to interpret that you are so
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
He shall live a man forbid
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
All hail Macbeth
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
Double, double toil and trouble fire burn and cauldron bubble
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
Liver of blaspheming Jew
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
Something wicked this way comes
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
Thunder enter first apparition
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- The Witches
That this great king may kindly say Our duties did his welcome pay
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I remember how
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
The next day we were married
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I saw him watching me in the gilded mirrors with the assessing eye of a connoisseur inspecting horseflesh
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I saw how much that cruel necklace became me
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
And, for the first time in my innocent and confined life, I sensed in myself a potentiality for corruption that took my breath away
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
He stripped me , gourmand that he was, as if he were ********* the leaves off an artichoke
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
The lilies that i always associate with him; that are white.And stain you
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I knew, I knew
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
Yet i had not bargained for this
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I lay in bed alone. And I longed for him. And he disgusted me
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
The perfume of the lilies weighed on my senses
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I must pay the price of my new knowledge
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
I knew I had behaved exactly according to his desires
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
You never saw such a wild thing as my mother
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
blacl lisle legs exposed to the thigh, her skirts tucked round her waist
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
clasped my fathers service revolver
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Gothic Female - The Bloody Chamber-
She raised my fathers gun, took aim and put a single, irreproachable bullet through my husbands head
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
OUTSIDE HER KITCHEN window
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
Her chores in the mean kitchen
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
And not even enough money left over to buy his beauty, his girl child, his pet, the one white rose she said she wanted
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
She could not control an instinctual shudder of fear when she saw him, for a lion is a lion and a man is a man
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
How strange he was. She found his bewildering difference from herself almost intolerable; its presence chocked her
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
Yet she stayed, and smiled, because her father wanted her to do so
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
French fairy tales about white cats who were transformed princesses and fairies who were birds.
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
She no loner felt the slightet apprehension at her nightly interviews with the beast. All the natural laws of the world were held in suspension
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
she left the florist, she experienced a sudden sense of perfect freedom, as if she has just escaped from an unknown danger, had been grazed by the possibility of some change, but finally left intact
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
Her freshness was fading
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
Her face was acquiring, instead if beauty, a lacquer of the invincible prettiness that characterizes certain pampered exquisite, expensive cats.
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
Don't die beat! If you'll have me, I'll never leave you
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Gothic Male - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
His agate eyes were equipped with lids, like those of a man? Was it because she has only looked at her own face reflected there?
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Gothic Female - The Courtship Of Mr Lyon-
Mr and Mrs Lyon walk in the garden
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
A wild wick slip she was
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
No you have not! said the infatuated girl. I love him more than ever you loved Edgar; and he might love me if you would let him
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
Hes a fierce, pitiless, wolfish man
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
Wutheing heights were i woke sobbing for joy
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I've no more business to marry Edgar Linton than I have to be in heaven; and if the wicked man in there had not thought of it. It would degrade me to marry Heathcliff, now; so he shall never know how i love him
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
Because hes more myself than i am
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
Whatever out souls are made of his and mine are the same and Linton's is as different as a moonbeam from lightning or frost from fire
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I am Heathcliff {..} but as my own being
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
My love for Linton is like the foliage in the woods. Time will change it {..} - My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks beneath- a source of visible delight
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I cannot express it; but surely you and every body have a notion that there is, or should be, an existence of yours beyond you
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
He had sense to comprehend Hesthcliff's disposition {..} And he dreaded that mind; it revolted him; he shrank forebodingly of committing Isabella to it's keeping
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
Heathcliff is - an unreclaied creature
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
Is Mr Heathcliff a man? If so is he man? And if not, is he a devil?
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
My name was Isabella Linton
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
...the only people i loved on earth; and there might as well be the Atlantic to part us, instead of four miles, i could not overpass them!
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
She degenerates into a mere ****! She is tired of trying to please me, uncommonly earl- you hardly credit it, but the very morrow of out wedding, she was weeping to go home
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
She abandoned them under a delusion, he answered 'picturing in me a hero of romance
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
I did not love her. I believed, at one time, no lessons could teach her that!
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
Appalling intelligence, that i had actually succeeded in making her hate me!
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
She even disgraces the name of Linton; and I've sometimes relented, from pure lack of invention, in my experiments on what she could endure, and still creep shamefully cringing back
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
The nuisance of her presence outweighs the gratification to be derived from tormenting her!
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
Don't torture me till im as mad as yourself
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
You have killed me- and thriven on it
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I wish i could hold you she said bitterly until we are both dead! I shouldn't care what you suffered
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
I shall writhe in the torments of hell
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
im tired, tired of being enclosed here. I'm wearying to escape into that glorious world
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I've recovered from my first desire to be killed by him. I'd rather he kill himself! I can recollect yet how I loved him
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I gave him my heart, and he took and pinched it to death; and flung it back to me
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I experienced pleasure in being able to exasperate him: the sense of pleasure woke my instinct of self-preservation
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
Is he a ghoul or vampire?
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
he seemed to smile
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Gothic Male - Wuthering Heights-
dead and stark
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
I have not the power to feel for him
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
he quick intellect
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Gothic Female - Wuthering Heights-
such a baby
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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth

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Come, you spirits that ted on mortal thoughts unsex me here

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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth

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Card 4

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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth

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Gothic Female - Macbeth- Lady Macbeth

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