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Darkness

Page history last edited by Joe Gaiche 10 years, 4 months ago

 

Darkness can include environmental darkness, darkness of man, dark, black, night, obstructed sight, and any other connections you can find.

 

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) 

 

Act I

I.i "fair is foul and foul is fair hover through the fog and filthy air" I.i.10 witches to eachother. it tells the theme for the story (jim)

 

I.ii

I.ii.7What, can the devil speak true? Banquo to Macbeth/ himself. Can all the witches say really be true? ( Joe) 

I.iii "all hail macbeth that shalt be king hereafter!" I.iii.50 jim

 

I.iv

 

I.v Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark To cry Hold, hold I.v.50 Lady Macbeth to herself. Not even God would dare to stop her. (Joe)

 

 

I.vi

 

I.vii

 

 

 

 

Act II

II.i

 

“The moon is down. I have not heard the clock.” II.i.2 Fleance The sky is all dark. Which signals something bad is going to happen because the weather is strange. Joe

“The curtained sleep……Prate of my whereabouts.” II.i.50-57 Macbeth He is praying to darkness that he might not get caught while killing Duncan. Joe

 

II.ii

Banquo: “Their candles are all out.” (II.I.5) Banquo to Fleance. It is dark. (Mitch)

 

II.iii

 

 

II.iv

Ross: “And yet dark night strangles the traveling light.” (II.IV.7) Ross to Old Man. It is daytime but darkness is covering the sun.(Mitch) 

 

 

 

 

Act III

III.i

Banquo: “I must become a borrower of the night for a dark hour or twain.” (III.I.26-27) Banquo to Macbeth. I will be back an hour or two after sunset. (Mitch)

 

Macbeth: “Whose absence is no less material to me than is his father’s, must embrace the fate of that dark hour.” (III.I.135-137) Macbeth to murderers. Getting rid of Fleance is as important to me as knocking off Banquo. (Mitch)

 

“Who wrought with them…Thus did Banquo.” III.i.81-83 Macbeth He is telling the men to go kill his old best friend.

 Joe 

III.ii

 

 

III.iii thou mayet revenge. banquo to fleance it means you may live to avenge my death jim

 

Macbeth: “Come, night, and blindfold the kindhearted day.” (III.III.45) Macbeth to himself. That night needs to come so a new day can come. kelsi

 

III.iv 

Macbeth: “The secret’st man of blood.—What is the night? Almost at odds with morning, which is which.(III.IV.126) Macbeth to lady Macbeth. It means day is night and night is day. kelsi

 

 

III.v

 

 

III.vi

Tis better thee without than he within.” III.iv.14-15 Macbeth He is saying that it is a good thing that banquo is dead.

 Joe

 

 

 

Act IV

IV.i

 

 

IV.ii

 

 

IV.iii Let us seek out some desolate shade and there weep our sad bossoms empty IV.iii.1-2 Malcolm The fact that Macduff's family has just been murdered is the darkness. ths just tell that we should be full of sorrow. ( Joe)

Not in the legions Of horrid hell can come a devil more damned in evils to top Macbeth. IV.iii.55-57 Macduff He is saying that macbeth is the true darkness or evil. And that none may be able to challenge him in that role. ( Joe)

 

 

 

Act V

V.i

 

 

V.ii

 

 

V.iii

 

 

V.iv

 

 

V.v

 

 

V.vi

 

 

V.vii The devil himself could not pronounce a title more hateful to mine ear. V.vii.8-9 Young Siward He is saying that macbeth is the true evil and darkness.

( Joe )

 

 

V.viii

 

 

 

 

 

 

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