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Macbeth Symbols, Motifs, & Themes

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  • BLOOD
  • The blood that was split because of Macbeth's ambition continuously reappears as a physical reminder that he cannot wash away his evil deeds.
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  • GHOSTS
  • Macbeth sees a bloody dagger floating in the air just before he kills the king.
  • Lady Macbeth hallucinates blood on her hands and walks around the castle yelling, "out damn spot, out!" She attempts to wash it off, but her efforts are in vain.
  • For Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, ghosts are reminders of the decisions they have made, decisions that haunt each of them.
  • Lady Macbeth states that she cannot kill King Duncan because he resembled her father as he slept.
  • Macbeth breaks down at the feast after seeing what he believes is Banquo's ghost.
  • THE SUPERNATURAL
  • The Three Weird Sisters are the foremost example of the supernatural throughout the play.
  • Fair is foul and foul is fair!
  • Macbeth shall never vanquish'd be until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane Hill Shall come against him (4.1.87-90).
  • In Act 1, the Three Witches predict that Macbeth will become King and that even though Banquo will never be King, his bloodline will inherit the throne.
  • In Act 4, the Three Witches are visited by Macbeth. They give him three more prophecies, which are intentionally ambiguous.
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