Macbeth-By Mary-Rose 10G

Macbeth-By Mary-Rose 10G

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This is my homework. I have tried to memorize the scenes. Hope they where good.

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  • Act 1 Scene 1
  • When should the three of us meet again?
  • Should it be in thunder, lighting or rain.
  • Or when Macbeth has won
  • Act 1 Scene 2
  • Who is this bloody man I see before my eyes
  • This is the brave sergeant who fought his way through the war.
  • At first we could not tell who was going to win. Until brave Macbeth sliced Macdonwald in half.
  • Act 1 Scene 3
  • Where have you been ?
  • A sailor’s wife had chestnuts in her lap and munched away at them. “Give me one,” I said. “Get away from me, witch!” the fat woman cried.
  • Her husband has sailed off to Aleppo as master of a ship called the Tiger. I’ll sail there in a kitchen strainer, turn myself into a tailless rat, and do things to him
  • Act 1 Scene 4
  • Has the former thane of Cawdor been executed yet? Haven’t the people in charge of that come back?
  • Act 1 Scene 5
  • (she looks up from the letter) You are thane of Glamis and Cawdor, and you’re going to be king, just like you were promised. But I worry about whether or not you have what it takes to seize the crown.
  • Act 1 Scene 6
  • The fact that this summer bird, the house martin, builds his nests here proves how inviting the breezes are. I’ve noticed that they always like to settle and mate where the air is the nicest.
  • Act 1 Scene 6 page 2
  • There’s no way to read a man’s mind by looking at his face. I trusted Cawdor completely.
  • Where is Macbeth, the thane of Cawdor? We followed closely after him.
  • My king, they haven’t come back yet. But I spoke with someone who saw Cawdor die, and he said that Cawdor openly confessed his treasons, begged your highness’s forgiveness, and repented deeply.
  • We are your servants, your highness, and as always our house and everything in it is at your disposal, for after all, we keep it in your trust and we’re glad to give you back what’s yours.
  • The witches met me on the day of my victory in battle, and I have since learned that they have supernatural knowledge. When I tried desperately to question them further, they vanished into thin air.
  • Act 1 Scene 7
  • Act 2 Scene 2?
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  • This castle is in a pleasant place. The air is sweet and appeals to my refined senses.
  • Give me your hand. Bring me to my host, Macbeth. I love him dearly, and I shall continue to favor him. Whenever you’re ready, hostess.
  • If this business would really be finished when I did the deed, then it would be best to get it over with quickly. If the assassination of the king could work like a net, sweeping up everything and preventing any consequences, then the murder would be the be-all and end-all of the whole affair, and I would gladly put my soul and the afterlife at risk to do it. But for crimes like these there are still punishments in this world. By committing violent crimes we only teach other people to commit violence, and the violence of our students will come back to plague us teachers. Justice, being equal to everyone, forces us to drink from the poisoned cup that we serve to others.
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