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Donaldbain: "where our fate hid in an augar may rush and seize us? Let's away. Our tears are not yet brewed" 2.3.115-116
Ross: "Thou seest the heavens, as troubled with man's act, threatens his bloody stage" 2.4.5-6
Old man: "God's benison go with you, and with those that would make good of bad, and friends of foes" 2.4.40-41
In this quote I feel as if Donaldbain showed shock. He knew soon he would feel anger and sadness but he didnt feel the emotions currently. He seemed to feel a sense of shock by not showing the emotions he soon would. In the quote "yet" means a sense of sadness not yet felt; The emotions that will soon come upon him.
Ross: "Is't night's predominace, or the day's shame, that darkness does the face of earth entomb when living light should kiss it?"2.4.8-10
Ross shows a sense of anger in this quote. Not so much angry at the killer but wishing bad things upon him later on. He almost says good luck to the heavens as he will bring his troubled acts. Hoping the killer will go to somehwere other than the heavens.
In this quote I feel as if the Old Man used "Good of bad" in a more positive way. He made the situation feel more controlled and less distraught. he showed a sense of resilience when he said this becasue he wanted to make the situation better and not so fixated on the murder. He wanted to bring good upon others and not the bad.
I analyzed this qoute imagining dark and light. I feel like this quote implys the fact that there is so much darkness and horror in the world. That shouldnt the good over power it and make it better? Ross seems to give a negitive vibe during this because he seems to lose faith in the good of the world. The word entomb gives this passage a worried feeling as he may be getting overwhelmed with the negitive situations.
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