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Macbeth Motif

Page history last edited by Court Allam 10 years, 3 months ago

 

Motif Project - 2nd Hour

Your job is to search for and record every instance of your group's motif as it appears throughout the play.

Keep the lines in the order they appear in the play. Cite each quote in MLA formatting with act, scene and line number. Also, indicate the speaker and a brief description of what the quote means. Include your name next to each quote so I will know who to give credit to.

Quote in red

Speaker in green

Explanation in blue

Example:
King Duncan: "What bloody man is that?" (I.ii.1) King Duncan to Malcolm. Who is this bleeding man coming back from the battle? (Mr. Allam)

You must contribute a minimum of two quotes per act. Please do not go over two quotes until all group members have contributed.
Be creative. You may also use images or links that are relevant to your group's motif.

 

1. Darkness (Jim, Mitch, Kelsi, Joe)

2. Light (Justin, Elizabeth, Adam, Lorena)

3. Sleep (Uriah, Dylan, Bibiana, Danel)

 

4. Blood (Caleb, Sam, Navpreet, Megan)

 

5. Nature (Christine, John, Nahom, Gabriela)

 

6. Appearance vs. Reality (Valeria, Cassandra, Alyssa, Darrion)

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