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"That which cries, 'Thus must do' if thou have it; And that which rather though dost fear to do, Than wishes should be undone." -Lady Macbeth (Act 1. Scene 5.21-23) Lady Macbeth almost asks, what is worse, 'doing something bad and wish you hadn't'? Or to not do it and wish you had'? The imagery shows her in black and white, which suits her character very well, as well, as her personality is never clear. She also looks very mysterious above.

"That which cries, 'Thus must do' if thou have it; And that which rather though dost fear to do, Than wishes should be undone." -Lady Macbeth (Act 1. Scene 5.21-23) Lady Macbeth almost asks, what is worse, 'doing something bad and wish you hadn't'? Or to not do it and wish you had'? The imagery shows her in black and white, which suits her character very well, as well, as her personality is never clear. She also looks very mysterious above.

When one thinks of Macbeth, they may think of evil, when you think of evil, you think of bad, when you think of bad you associate it with darkness. Throughout Macbeth, imagery is used to associate Macbeth with darkness.

When one thinks of Macbeth, they may think of evil, when you think of evil, you think of bad, when you think of bad you associate it with darkness. Throughout Macbeth, imagery is used to associate Macbeth with darkness.

Lady Macbeth descends into madness and deep guilt and this is evident when she says "Here's the smell of blood still; all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand" (V.i.42-43). The descriptive, visual and olfaction imagery provided reflect Lady Macbeth's guilt - she is so distraught and haunted by all the killing that she has helped orchestrate that she see's imaginary blood and smells blood on her hands, that can not be covered up or removed.

Lady Macbeth descends into madness and deep guilt and this is evident when she says "Here's the smell of blood still; all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand" (V.i.42-43). The descriptive, visual and olfaction imagery provided reflect Lady Macbeth's guilt - she is so distraught and haunted by all the killing that she has helped orchestrate that she see's imaginary blood and smells blood on her hands, that can not be covered up or removed.

Heads up: Macbeth

Theme: Another driving factor in Macbeth was ambition (a dark, twisted ambition full of corruption and lies).

A secondary school revision resource for GCSE English Literature about the themes of Shakespeare's Macbeth

Thats how Lady Macbeth planned to act at the arrival of Dunkan to trick him and kill him.

Lady Macbeth plots the murder of Duncan and pushes Macbeth to commit it

"Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, directed by Laurent Pelly / Saturday, March 10, 2012

A Toulouse, Laurent Pelly met en scène Macbeth

"Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, designed and directed by Laurent Pelly, Theatre Nanterre-Almond oooo-errrrr

"Macbeth: Methought I heard a voice cry, “Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep” Macbeth states this after he kills Duncan, saying that he will not be able to live with the guilt of what he has done and committed. That he will not be able to sleep anymore because he murdered sleep.

"Macbeth: Methought I heard a voice cry, “Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep” Macbeth states this after he kills Duncan, saying that he will not be able to live with the guilt of what he has done and committed. That he will not be able to sleep anymore because he murdered sleep.

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