Macbeths minds deteriorating because in act 2 scene 1 he said “is this dagger I see before me handled towards my hand let me clutch the.” Shakespeare uses personification to justify that macbeth needs the dagger to guide him because he isn’t confident with his decision. Macbeth’s madness begins in the very first scene he […]

shake-spears communication is how he he makes Macbeth once was scared and was getting told by a woman that wanted to be a man telling him that he is acting like a girl leading him to killing king Duncan to become king and not to be scared once he kills Duncan Shakespeare involves figurative language […]

Macbeth thinks he is useless and that no one like him. Macbeths soliloquy in act 5 Scene 5.

BANQUO: I dreamt last night of the three weird sisters: To you they have show’d some truth. MACBETH I think not of them macbeth says I think not of them as a lie to say he doesn’t want to tell to tell the truth so this proves macbeth is an equiovator.

‘If good, why do I yield to that suggestion whose horrid image doth unfix my hair and make my seated heart knock at my ribs’ : Act 1 Scene 3 ‘If it were done when ’tis done, then ’twere well it were done quickly.’ :Act 1 Scene 7. ‘Or art thou but a dagger of […]

Metaphysics means, when something is there but not visible so like love or like hate it is there but not visible.”is this dagger which I see before me”

A dramitic device that allows the audience to be aware of things that some (or all) of the characters in a text do not.”he was a gentleman on who my built.” Act 1 scene 4

A paradox is when the author says two things that cannnot happen at the same time but it does. “Fair is foul and foul is fair hover through the fog and filthy air.”this is a paradox because fair is not foul and foul is not fair.