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Essay heading: Macbeth
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Issue: Shakespeare
Written by: Veronica
Date added: July 1, 2009
No of pages / words: 4 / 902
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“ The raven himself is hoarse,…To cry, ‘Hold, hold!’” (line 41-57, Pg 41). Here we see her summon evil spirits to thicken her blood and to turn her milk into bitter gall and then calls on them to prevent her from feeling remorse and to remove her femineity. This is very intriguing. We didn’t even expect that an apparently strong, practical, and determined woman would act in such contradiction to her womanliness...
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This is very intriguing. We didn’t even expect that an apparently strong, practical, and determined woman would act in such contradiction to her womanliness. We also see her as a selfish woman when Macbeth had second thoughts about murdering King Duncan. “Was the hope drunk…Like the poor cat I’ the adage?” (line 38-48, Pg 59), “What beast was’t then…As you have done to this” (line 52-64, Pg 59)...
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