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Nature - 2nd Hour

Nature can include all elements from the natural world such as elements of weather, environment, plants, animals 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

I.i(80-82)The earth hath bubbles, as the water has, And these are of them(john Connatser)


I.ii When shall we three meet again? In thunder, Lightning, or in rain?(I.i.1-2) The first witch. When would they meet again? during a bad storm. (Gabriela dela torre)



fair is foul, and foul is fair,Hover through the fog and filthy air. (I.i.10-11) Third witch.  appearance vs. reality (gabriela dela torre)


FIRST WITCH:  "myself have all the other,And the very ports they blow,All the quarters that they knowI' th' shipman’s card.I’ll drain him dry as hay."(I.ii.14-18) First Witch to Second Witch.I already have control of all the other winds, along with the ports from which they blow and every direction on the sailor’s compass in which they can go.  (Nahom)

BANQUO : "That look not like th' inhabitants o' th' Earth, And yet are on ’t?" (I.ii.41-42) BANQUO to MACBETH. They don’t look like they belong on this planet, but I see them standing here on Earth. (Nahom)



“so foul and fair day I have not seen”(line 37, scean3 ) macbethIt is a weird day out side. (Christine cole )

I.v When shall we three meet again In thunder, lightning, or in rain?(john connatser)






“yet do I fear thy nature”(line 13, scean 5) lady Macbethshoule I fear what im capable of(Christine cole )




Act II

II. i"a falcon, tow'ring in her pride of place, was by a mousing owl hawked at and killed."old man(john connatser)


"and duncan's horses beateous and swift, the minions of their race, turned wild in anture, broke their stalls, flung out contending 'gainst obedience, as they would make war with mankind."ross (john connatser)


Lady Macbeth “I heard the owls scream and the crickets cry” (II II 15) lady Macbeth to Macbeth I heard the crickets cry and owls screaming, did you say something. (Christine Cole)




 Fleance “The moon is down” (II I 2)Fleance to Banquo The moon has set. (Christine Cole )






Ross "That darkness does the face of Earth entomb When living light should kiss it?"(II10-11)that darkness covers the earth when it’s supposed to be light? (Nahom Daba)


"The dark night strangles the traveling lamp".(II.IV.7) Ross to the Old man. an unnatural darkness blots out the sun. (Gabriela Dela Torre)‏


The darkness does the face of earth. (II.IV.9). Ross to the Old Man. The clouds cover the earth with darkness. (Gabriela Dela Torre)








III.i you lack the season of all natures, sleep. lady macbeth to macbeth john connatser




hath nature that in time will venom breedMacbeth to murderer john connatser





“it will be rain tonight” (III 16 III) Banquo to first murderer  it’s going to rain tonight Christine Cole 




This is the air-drawn dagger which you said Led you to Duncan.”(III 67 IV)Macbeth to all  He is seeing thing due to nature being out of wack. He is thinking that he is seeing the knife that killed Duncan  (Christine Cole )




III.v Stones have been known to move, and trees to speak (III.iv.123). Macbeth to Lady Macbeth. Stones and Trees reveal his guilty. Gabriela De La Torre


Come, seeling night, scaft up the tender eye of pitiful day (III.ii.45-46). Macbeth to Lady Macbeth. He wants the night to come fast. Gabriela De La Torre





LORD: "we may again Give to our tables meat, sleep to our nights"(III.vi.33-34). Lord to LENNOX. he may once again put food on our tables, bring peace back to our nights. ( Nahom ) 
Lennor: "Did he not straight In pious rage the two delinquents tear That were the slaves of drink and thralls of sleep? (III.vi.12-14). Lennox to Lord. Wasn’t it loyal of him to kill those two servants right away, while they were still drunk and asleep? ( Nahom ) 






Act IV


lady macduff: "sirrah, your father's dead and waht will you do now?How will you live? Lady Macbeth to son.  your father to gown now can you live without him. ( Nahom ) Fix this

“Be lion-mettled, proud, and take no care Who chafes, who frets, or where conspirers are.Macbeth shall never vanquished be untilGreat Birnam Wood to high Dunsinane HillShall come against him.”(IV 48 I)apparition to Macbeth they are saying that until the forest moves to the castle is when he will fall (Christine Cole)




 “Slivered in the moon’s eclipse(IV 20 II)”third witch to all the witches some twigs off a tree that were broken off during a lunar eclipse Christine Cole 


Lady macduff: "Now God help the poor monkey! but how will thou do father? ( Lady macduff to doctor). Fix this





but float upon a wild and violent seaross to lady macbuff john connatser

than summer seeming lustmacduff to Malcolm john connatser




IV.iii  Good men's lives expired before the flowers in their caps , Daying or ere they sicken (IV.iii.171-173).

Ross - Macduff.  good people die to early. Gabriela De La Torre




The night is long that never finds the day (IV.iii.243). Malcolm-Mucduff. The long night of Macbeth's evil will be broken.

Gabriela De La Torre




Act V


the wood of birnammenteith to siward john connatser







Unnatural deeds do breed Unnatural troubles (V.i.58-59). Doctor- Gentlewoman. if you do wrong things you be on trouble. Gabriela Dela Torre 









“ Your leafy screens throw down, And show like those you are”(VI 68 V) malcome to macduff Throw down these branches and show them who you really are.(Christine Cole )











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