Macbeth 2

Macbeth 2
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  • Which one of you did this? You can’t say I did it. Don’t shake your bloody head at me!
  • Thanks. The adult snake lies in the ditch and the young snake that escaped will become poisonous and threatening with time, but for now he has no fangs. Get out of here. We’ll talk tomorrow.
  • My good lord. He’s lying dead in a ditch, with twenty deep gashes in his head, any one of which would have been enough to kill him.
  • Gentlemen, stand up. His highness is not well
  • What, my good lord?
  • Cheers! We would have all of Scotland’s beauty at this table, if only Banquo were here. I hope he’s just late and nothing worse
  • Which one of you did this? You can’t say I did it. Don’t shake your bloody head at me!
  • Oh, that’s nonsense! This is just one of the hallucinations you get when you’re scared. This is like that floating dagger you said was leading you toward Duncan - When these visions pass you’ll realize you’re staring at a wall.
  • Thanks. The adult snake lies in the ditch and the young snake that escaped will become poisonous and threatening with time, but for now he has no fangs. Get out of here. We’ll talk tomorrow. Thanks. The adult snake lies in the ditch and the young snake that escaped will become poisonous and threatening with time, but for now he has no fangs. Get out of here. We’ll talk tomorrow. Thanks. The adult snake lies in the ditch and the young snake that escaped will become poisonous and threatening with time, but for now he has no fangs. Get out of here. We’ll talk tomorrow.
  • My good lord. He’s lying dead in a ditch, with twenty deep gashes in his head, any one of which would have been enough to kill him. My good lord. He’s lying dead in a ditch, with twenty deep gashes in his head, any one of which would have been enough to kill him.
  • His absence means he’s broken his promise, sir. If it pleases you, your highness, why don’t you sit with us and grace us with your royal company? His absence means he’s broken his promise, sir. If it pleases you, your highness, why don’t you sit with us and grace us with your royal company?
  • What, my good lord?
  • Here’s an empty seat, sir.
  • Cheers! We would have all of Scotland’s beauty at this table, if only Banquo were here. I hope he’s just late and nothing worse
  • His absence means he’s broken his promise, sir. If it pleases you, your highness, why don’t you sit with us and grace us with your royal company?
  • Here’s an empty seat, sir.
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