Essay heading: Symbolism-Blood In Shakespeare's Macbeth

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Shakespeare

 

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Andrew Eade

 

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. . smear the sleepy grooms with blood."(2.2, 64-65), and ". . . If he do bleed, I"ll gild the faces of the grooms withal, for it must seem their guilt."(2.2, 81-83), When Banquo states " . . . and question this most bloody piece of work,"(2.3, 149), and then Ross says " . . . is't known who did this more than bloody deed?"(2...
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. . is't known who did this more than bloody deed?"(2.4, 28), they are both inquiring as to who performed the treacherous acts upon Duncan. When Macbeth is speaking about Malcolm and Donalbain, he refers to them as "bloody cousins." The other way, and perhaps the more vivid use of the symbol blood, is for the theme of guilt...
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