Macbeth Act Scene 7

Macbeth Act  Scene 7
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  • Why would I play the Roman fool, and die on my own sword? whiles I see lives, gashes. Do better upon them. (Macbeth) 
  • Turn, hell-hound turn !  (Macduff)
  • Of all men else I avoided thee; But get thee back; my soul is too much charged with blood of thine already. (Macbeth) 
  • I have no words! My voice is in my sword; thou blooder villain. Than terms can give out thee ( Macduff) 
  • Thou losest labor an easy mayst thou in trenchant air with thy keen sword impress as make me bleed let fall thy blade vulnerable crests; I bear a charmed life, which must not yield to one of the women born. ( Macbeth) 
  • Despair thy charm; and let the angel whom thou still hasn't served. Tell thee, macduff was from his mother womb's
  • I  won't surrender, to kiss the ground beneath young Malcolm's feet and to be taunted by the curses of the rabble.(Macbeth) 
  • I would the friends we miss were safe arrived. ( Malcolm) 
  • Your son, my lord has paid a soldier's debt. He only lived but till he was a man; The which no sooner had his prowess confirmed in the unshrinking station where he fought but like a man he died. ( Ross)
  • Then he is dead?  ( Siward) 
  • So thankful to  you all collectively and individually. We invite you to see us crowned at Scone. ( Malcolm) 
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