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English Literature- Macbeth

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name a technique used in the quote “fair is foul and foul is fair”.
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alliteration/fricative repetition juxtaposition
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which characters say “fair is foul and foul is fair”?
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the witches
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who says “that is a step on which i must fall down, or else o’er leap”?
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Macbeth
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what theme does the quote “that is a step on which i must fall down, or else o’erleap” represent?
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ambition
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what techniques are use in the quote “that is a step on which i must fall down, or else o’erleap”?
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metaphor forshadowing
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which character says “stars, hide your fires; let not light see my black and deep desires”?
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Macbeth
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which themes does the quote “stars, hide your fires; let not light see my black and deep desires” represent?
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Ambition fate vs freewill guilt religion supernatural
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what techniques are used in the quote “stars, hide your fire; let not light see my black and deep desires”?
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personification rhyme alitteration
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which character says the quote “unsex me here”?
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Lady Macbeth
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what themes does the quote “unsex me here” represent?
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ambition power the way women were perceived in the Jacobean era supernatural (calling the spirits)
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which part of the play does Lady Macbeth say “unsex me here”
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after reading Macbeth’s letter
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which character says the quote “look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t”
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Lady Macbeth
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what themes does the quote “look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t” represent?
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ambition guilt power bravery simile metaphor symbolism alliteration
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which character says the quote “screw your courage to he sticking place, and we’ll not fail”?
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Lady Macbeth
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what does the quote “screw your courage to the sticking place” mean?
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they will succeed, if Macbeth is courageous
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what themes does the quote “screw your courage to the sticking place” represent?
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ambition bravery power kingship
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what techniques does the quote “screw your courage to the sticking place” use?
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metaphor onomatopoeia
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what themes does the quote “is this a dagger i see before me?” represent?
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guilt ambition vision
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what techniques does the quote “is this a dagger i see before me” use?
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rhetorical question
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who says the quote “hear it not, Duncan, for it is knell that summons thee to heaven, or hell”?
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Macbeth
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what themes does the quote “hear it not, Duncan, for it is knell that summons thee to heaven, or hell” represent?
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guilt bravery ambition power
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what techniques does the quote “hear it not, Duncan, for it is knell that summons thee to heaven, or hell” use?
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rhyme religious imagery alliteration symbolism
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who says “Glamis hath murder’d sleep”
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Macbeth
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what themes does the quotation “Glamis hath murder’d sleep” link to?
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Guilt
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what does the noun “sleep” represent in the quote “Glamis hath murder’d sleep”?
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Macbeth’s peace and sanity
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what techniques does the quote “Glamis hath murder’d sleep” use?
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methaphor
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in the quotation “Glamis hath murder’d sleep”, why does Macbeth speak in third person?
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to make himself feel less guilty
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which character says the quote “a little water clears us of this deed”?
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Lady Macbeth
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what themes does the quote “a little water clears us of this deed” reflect?
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guilt
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what techniques does the quote “a little water clears us of this deed” use.
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foreshadowing adjective
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who says the quote “as from your graves rise up and walk like spirits to countenance this horror”?
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Macduff
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at what point in the text does Macduff say “as from your graves rise up and walk like spirits to countenance this horror”?
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after Macduff finds Duncan murdered
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what does the quote “as from your graves rise up and walk like spirits to countenance this horror” mean?
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it is Macduff saying to Malcolm and Banquo to wake up and see that the king has been murdered.
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what themes does the quote “as from your graves rise up and walk like spirits to countenance this horror” reflect?
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kingship blood appearance vs reality
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what techniques does the quote “as from your graves rise up and walk like spirits to countenance this horror” show?
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simile metaphor forshadowing
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what does the quote “i fear thou played’st most foully for’t” mean?
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it is Banquo saying that he fears that Macbeth cheated (killed the king) to achieve his current titles.
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who says the quote ” i feel thou playeds’t most foully for’t”
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Banquo
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what themes does the quote “i feel thou played’st most foully for’t” use?
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suspicion ambition guilt trust kingship
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what techniques does the quote “i feel thou playeds’t most foully for’t” use?
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fricative (alliteration)
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what themes does the quote “to be thus is nothing, but to be safely thus” use?
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ambition Kingship
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what techniques does the quote “to be thus is nothing, but to be safely thus” use?
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repetition- importance of being king
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what does the quote “it will have blood they say: blood will have blood” mean?
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the blood of the murder victim (Banquo) will seek out the blood of the murderer (Macbeth). This is done at the Banquet when Banquo begins to haunt Macbeth.
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what themes does the quote “it will have blood they say: blood will have blood” link to?
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guilt fate v freewill appearance vs reality
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what techniques does the quote “it will have blood they say: blood will have blood” use?
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repetition motif of blood metaphor
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who says “by the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes”?
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the witches
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what themes does the quote “by the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes” show?
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supernatural light vs dark power appearance vs reality
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what techniques does the quote “by the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes” use?
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alliteration rhyme symbolism
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what themes does the quote “out damned spot” show?
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guilt appearance vs reality
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what techniques does the quote “out damned spot” use?
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“damned”- adjective- hell imperative vern – “out”- bossy verb
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who says the quote “the Thane of Fife had a wife. Where is she now”?
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Lady Macbeth
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what themes does the quote “the thane of fife had a wife. where is she now?” link to?
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guilt kingship power trust
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what techniques does the quote “the thane of fife had a wife. where is she now” show?
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rhetorical question internal rhyme
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what themes does the quote “Macduff was from his mother’s womb untimely ripped” show?
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fate vs freewill supernatural
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what techniques does the quote “Macduff was from his mother’s womb untimely ripped” use?
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onomatopoeia adverb third person
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what themes does the quote “lay on Macduff, and damned be him that cries “hold, enough” link to?
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ambition fate vs freewill kingship
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what techniques does the quote “”lay on macduff, and damned be him who cries “hold, enough”
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rhyme imperative verb dramatic irony
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“this supernatural soliciting cannot be ill, cannot be good”
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“first, as i am his kinsman and his subject, string both against the deed; then, as his host, who should against his murder shut the door, not bear the knife myself”.
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