Scene 5 Act 8
Macbeth: "Why should i play the Roman fool and die/ On mine own sword? Whiles i see lives, the gashes/ Do better upon them." (5.8.1-3)
Macduff: "Turn, hellhound, turn!" (5.8.4
Macbeth: "As easy mayst thou the intrenchant air with thy keen sword impress as make me bleed./ Let fall thy blade on vulnerable crests;/ I bear a charmed life, which must not yield to one of woman born." (5.8.13-16)
MacDuff: "Despair thy charm,/ And let the angel whom thou hast served/ Tell thee Macduff was from his mothers womb/ Untimely ripped." (5.8.17-20)
Macduff: "Then yield thee, coward/ And live to be the show and haze o' th' time./ Painted upon and underwrit/ "here may you see the tyrant"" (5.8.27-31)
(They) enter fighting, and Macbeth (is) slain. (Macduff/ exits carrying off Macbeths's body.)
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