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Flashcards in MacBeth Quotes ACT 1 SC 3&4 Deck (13):
1

So foul and a fair day

I have not seen (MacBeth)

2

Live you, or are you aught

That man may question (Banquo)

3

You should be women
And yet your ...

Beards forbid me to interpret
That you are so (Banquo)

4

All Hail MacBeth, hail to thee, Thane of Glamis
All Hail MacBeth, hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor
...

All hail MacBeth, hail to thee, that shalt be king hereafter

5

Lesser than MacBeth, and greater
Not so happy, yet much happier
...

Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none (witches)

6

He bade me, from him,...

Call thee Thane of cawdor (ross)

7

(Aside) Glamis and Thane of Cawdor:

The greatest is behind (MacBeth)

8

(Aside) This supernatural soliciting...

Cannot be ill, cannot be good (MacBeth)

9

If chance will have me king...

Why chance may crown me without my stir (MacBeth)

10

Worthiest...

Cousin (Duncan)

11

The service and the loyalty i owe,

In doing it, pays itself (MacBeth)

12

(Aside) The prince of cumberland:

That is a step on which i must fall down or else o'erleap

13

(Aside) stars hide your fires,

Let light not see my black and deep desires