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1

husbandry means

lights out; no starss

2

banquo is suspicious of macbeth so he cannot _____

go to sleep

3

what did duncan give lady macbeth

a diamond

4

what did duncan give macbeth

a new castle

5

"I think not of them"
speaker?
them?
figurative language?

macbeth
witches
irony

6

signal to kill Duncan =

ringing of bell

7

symbol of guilt

blood

8

symbol of innocence

water

9

macbeth hallucinates and believes that he sees a

dagger with blood on it

10

what is the imaginative dagger doing

leading macbeth to duncan

11

what is a knell

funeral bell

12

"that which hath made them drunk hath made me bold"
speaker?
them?

lady macbeth
servants

13

another symbol of death and macbeth

owl

14

what does stern'st good night mean

death

15

"stern'st good night"

lady macbeth

16

passets are

drinks

17

"it was the owl that shrieked"

lady macbeth

18

why couldn't lady macbeth kill duncan

he looked like her father

19

what is ironic about lady macbeth not killing duncan

she can't kill him but says she would kill her children

20

"This is a sorry sight"
speaker?
refers to?

macbeth
blood on his hands

21

"I could not say "Amen!", When the did say "God bless us!""

macbeth

22

why is macbeth upset after killing duncan

he was not able to say amen with the soldiers

23

"consider it not so deeply"
speaker?
refers to ?

lady macbeth
telling macbeth to not to consider about his actions of killing duncan

24

"These deeds must not be thought after these ways. So, it will make us mad"
speaker?
FL?

lady macbeth
irony

25

what are gilds

servants

26

"balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course"
speaker?
FL?

macbeth
metaphor to sleep

27

who recites three metaphors to sleep

macbeth

28

sleep are symbols of

innoncence

29

"Glamis hath murdered sleep, and therefor Cawdor / Shall sleep no more! Macbeth shall sleep no more!"

macbeth

30

"Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood clean from my hand"

macbeth
mythological allusion

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