The Temptresses of Unconcious Enticements

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Their evil enticements can even indirectly lead to others to dark thoughts of mischievous misgivings; a prime example is Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy after hearing of the prophecies from the three weird sisters. Her reaction, sudden and cold, forgoing all the beauty of womanhood, wishing to be unsexed, and filled with the direst cruelty, is a sudden change for this noble...
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They tell Macbeth that they shall “cheer we up his sprites, / And show the best of our delights;” [Act IV, Scene I] It is clear that they are out to entice Macbeth through dance and song. Even their use of couplets or rhymes, is tempting in itself. The couplets seem to be used for their comedic touch and to soften their actions as well as their harsh perverted verbal intercourse...
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