Act 2 Scene 2
Updated: 4/16/2020
Act 2 Scene 2

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  • I hope those drugs keep the guards asleep long enough for Macbeth to finish the deed
  • I have heard the owl scream but didn't you say something?
  • I have done the deed. Didst thou not hear a noise?
  • A foolish thought, to say a sorry sight.
  • This is a sorry sight.
  • Lady Macbeth is afraid that her drugs won't keep the guards asleep long enough for the murder until Macbeth walks in with bloody daggers.
  • Why did you bring the dagger? Take them back.
  • Coward! Give me the daggers, I shall do it.
  • I can’t go back. I’m afraid even to think about what I’ve done. I can’t stand to look at it again.
  • Macbeth enters the room carrying the bloody dagger. He asks his wife if she heard the noises. She seems surprised by seeing him carrying the dagger.
  • Macbeth, looking at his hands covered in blood, says it is a sorry sight meaning that the sight is painful and upsetting.
  • My hands are as red as yours now. Water shall wash them off.
  • Macbeth, looking at his hands covered in blood, says it is a sorry sight meaning that the sight is painful and upsetting.
  • Lady Macbeth puts the daggers in the hands of the guards to make it look like they killed Duncan.
  • Macbeth, looking at his hands covered in blood, says it is a sorry sight meaning that the sight is painful and upsetting.
  • End Scene
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