Title: Shakespeare'S Macbeth
|Date:||September 12, 2015|
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'No, this my hand will rather The multitudinous seas incarnadine Making the green one red.' The blood on my hands would make all the many seas red instead of green. Lady Macbeth just tells him to use a bit of water, 'How easy it is, then!' Lady Macbeth isn't worried, but Macbeth is mentally disturbed by what he has just done...
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Lady Macbeth reminds him that the guests are waiting for him, as she is again more worried about what is going to happen than what is happening to her husband.
After the ghost has gone, Macbeth is yet again confused, he can't understand why the others aren't scared when he is, he asks them but they don’t know what he's talking about...
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