Macbeth Act 5 Scene 8 - 2
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(full of confidence) Forget about your charm; The evil spirit you believe in can tell you I wasn’t naturally born. They cut me out of my mother’s womb before she bears me.
(eyes moving)I will curse you for telling me this. I don’t believe in those fake creatures anymore. They were playing wordgames with me. And, they were raising my hopes and then destroyed them so I won’t fight you.
(mock) Then surrender coward, we will put you in the show and treat you as deformed animals. Then, we will put a picture of you and say the words “Come see the tyrant!”
(earnestly) I’m not going to surrender either kneel down in front of Malcolm. And be mocked by the common people. Even if Birnam wood comes to Dunsinane, and I fight a man not born of woman, I am still going to fight till the end. I will put up my shield. Come one, Macduff, and damn the first man that cries, “Stop, enough!”
They exit fighting. (Black Out)Battle noises. (The scene shows again)One army retreat. The other army calls for victory. The victorious army led by Malcolm, Siward, Ross, the other Thanes, and soldiers enters.
Malcolm: I wish all our friends could survive the battle. Siward: In all battles, some are killed. However, judging from the men that I see around us, our great victory didn’t cost us very much.
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