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Light - 2nd Hour

Light can include environmental light (sun, stars, lightning, heaven), lightness of spirit, light, lightness, clarity and any other connections you can find.


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


Third Witch:"This will be ere the set of sun."(I.i.5)Third witch to others.The time when the battle at the beginning is over.(Adam Jones)



Duncan:"O valiant cousin, worthy gentlemen!"(I.ii.24)Duncan to captain.Praises his brave cousin of his deeds.(Adam Jones)

Captain: "As whence the sun 'gins his reflection Shipwracking storms and direful thunders break, So from that spring whence comfort seemed to come" (I.ii.25-27) Captain to Duncan. Like the sun is sometimes followed by storms, Macbeth is going to be asssaulted again. (Ellie Hill)






King Duncan: “He is full so valiant, And in his commendations I am fed; It is a banquet to me” (I.iv.54-56) King Duncan to Banquo. Macbeth is full of courage, and I am satisfied with these praises of him. (Lorena Lleellish)


Lady Macbeth: “It is too full o’ th’ milk of human kindness” (I.v.14) Lady Macbeth to herself. Macbeth is too good of a person. (Ellie Hill) 





LADY MACBETH:  "Art thou afeard To be the same in thine own act and valor As thou art in desire?" (I.vii.39-41) Lady Macbeth to Macbeth. Are you afraid to act the way you desire? (Lorena Lleellish)




Act II


BANQUO: "There’s husbandry in heaven; Their candles are all out" (II.i.4-5) Banquo to Fleance. The heavens are being stingy with their light –it’s a starless night. (Lorena Lleellish)







Macbeth: "Good morrow, both." (II.iii. 36) (Justin Garrett)

 Macduff:"He did command me to call timely on him."(I.iii.39)Macduff to Lennox.He has come to wake up the king.(Adam Jones)



Ross : "Is ’t night’s predominance or the day’s shame That darkness does the face of Earth entomb When living light should kiss it?" (II.iv.8-10) Ross to Old Man. Is the night too strong or is it the day too weak, that darkness covers the Earth when light is supposed to do it? (Lorena Lleellish) 







Macbeth : "It is concluded. Banquo, thy soul’s flight, If it find heaven, must find it out tonight" (III.i.140-141) Macbeth Soliloquy. The deal is done. Banquo if your soul is going to heaven tonight is the night. (Lorena Lleellish)


Macbeth: "Light thickens, and the crow Makes wing to th' rooky wood" ( III.ii.49-50) Macbeth to Lady Macbeth. The sky’s getting dark, and the crow is returning home to the woods. (Lorena Lleellish)



First Murderer: "The west yet glimmers with some streaks of day." (III.iii.5) First Murderer to Other Murderers. There's still a little light in the sky. (Ellie Hill)


Banquo: "Give us a light there, ho!" (III.iii.8) Banquo to Servants. Put on a light. (Ellie Hill)



Lady Macbeth:"Almost at odds with the mornings"(III.iv.127)Lady Macbeth to Macbeth.She is is scared.(Adam Jones)




Lord: "I'll send my prayers with him." (III.v line 50)(Justin Garrett)







Act IV


First Witch: "Cheer we up his sprites and show the best of our delights." (IV.i line 127-28)(Justin Garrett)



Messenger: "Heaven preserve you!" (IV.ii Line 68)(Justin Garrett)



Malcolm: "Angels are bright still,though the brightest fell" (IV.iii.23) Malcolm to Macduff. Angels are still bright even though Lucifer, the brightest angel, fell from heaven. (Lorena Lleellish)


 Macduff : new sorrows Strike heaven on the face, that it resounds As if it felt with Scotland and yelled out Like syllable of dolor. (IV.iii. 5-8) Macduff to Malcolm. New sorrows slap heaven in the face, until it sounds like heaven itself feels Scotland’s anguish and screams in pain. (Lorena Lleellish)


Macduff: "Each new morn new widows howl." (IV.iii.4-5) To Malcom. Each day there's a new problem. (Ellie Hill)


Malcom: "The night is long that never finds the day." (IV.iii.243) To Macduff. It's been dark longer than it's been light. (Ellie Hill)


Macduff: "Strike heaven on the face." (IV.iii line 6)(Justin Garrett)


Malcolm: "The night is long that never finds the day." (IV.iii line 243)(Justin Garrett)


Malcolm:"..will seem as pure as snow". (IV.III.52)To Macduff. He compares himself to Macbeth saying he will never be like him. (Adam Jones) 




Act V


Gentlewoman: "She has light by her continually." (V.i.17) To Doctor. Lady Macbeth always has her candle with her. (Ellie Hill) 


Doctor: “How came she by that light?” (V.i.17)Doctor to Gentlewoman. How did she get that candle? (Lorena Lleellish)











Macbeth: "Out, out brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow" (v.v.23-24) Macbeth Soliloquy. Out, out, brief candle. Life is nothing more than an illusion. (Lorena Lleellish)




Macbeth:"Out, out, brief candle!"(v.vi.22)To Seyton and hisself.Compares by saying that he just an actor on a stage.(Adam Jones) 









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