Macbeth (Key Quotes)

Samira Choudhury
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GCSE English (Macbeth) Mind Map on Macbeth (Key Quotes), created by Samira Choudhury on 04/18/2017.

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Samira Choudhury
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Macbeth (Key Quotes)
1 'Thunder and lightning' - (Dark atmosphere, sets tone)
2 'You shall put this nights great business into my dispatch' - Lady Macbeth (Command, power in relationship, context, unusual for woman to have say)
3 'Plucked my nipple from from his boneless gums' - Lady Macbeth (Harsh, uncaring, un-motherly, hard-hearted)
4 'Come, thick night' - Lady Macbeth (Evil, welcomes darkness, contrast to later on)
5 'Double, double toil and trouble' - Three Witches (Supernatural, potion)
6 'When the hurly-burly's done when the battle's lost and won' - Three Witches (Rhyme, unnatural, evil spell)
7 'Great Glamis, worthy Cawdor' - Lady Macbeth (Manipulating, respected)
8 'Fair is foul and foul is fair' - Three Witches (Macbeth is not as good as he seems, everything is not as it seems, theme of play)
9 'Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood' - Macbeth (Guilt, metaphor, blood always on hands)
10 'Sleep no more: Macbeth does murder sleep' - Macbeth (Disturbed sleep, murdered Duncan)
11 'Too full o' th' milk of human kindness' - Lady Macbeth (Macbeth is too soft, not a man)
12 'Light by her continually' - Gentlewoman (Scared of dark, not as strong as she thought, contrast to earlier)
13 'Dashed the brains out' - Lady Macbeth (Violent, murdering, emotionless)
14 'When you durst do it, then you are a man' - Lady Macbeth (Manipulative, Macbeth is not a man)
15 'All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand' - Lady Macbeth (Guilt, imitating Macbeth from earlier, can't change what they've done)
16 'Unsex me here' - Lady Macbeth (Wants to rid of her womanly qualities, don't want to be caring, gentle etc)
17 'Take my milk for gall' - Lady Macbeth (Wants to be evil, poison)
18 'Are you a man?' - Lady Macbeth (Manipulating)
19 'Look like th' innocent flower but be the surpant under't' - Lady Macbeth (Two-faced, evil, good face)
20 ''Amen' stuck in my throat' - Macbeth (Religion, context, going to hell, choked by guilt)
21 'Come you spirits' - Lady Macbeth (Evil, supernatural, dark)
22 'Fill me to the crown to the toe, full-top of direst cruelty' - Lady Macbeth (Evil thoughts, make her cruel, able to do evil things)
23 'Noble Macbeth' - (Respected)

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