By Hannah Pearis
Who's to Blame?
"My dearest love, Duncan comes here tonight" (Shakespeare 35), Said Macbeth.
"And when goes hence?" (Shakespeare 35), Replied Lady Macbeth.
"Tomorrow, as he purposes (Shakespeare 35), Macbeth told Lady Macbeth.
"O, never shall sun that morrow see!" (Shakespeare 35), Lady Macbeth said.
This conversation between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth was them planing the kings death. One other reason that I also blame Lady Macbeth for Macbeth's down fall is because, "If we fail?" (Shakespeare 45), Macbeth Said.
"We fail? But screw your courage to the sticking place, And we'll not fail" (Shakespeare 45), Lady Macbeth replied to Macbeth. In this quote Macbeth is questioning if the plan to kill the king is going to work of not, and he's wondering if he's going to fail at killing to king to be king of not. Lady Macbeth is saying if we fail then screw all the time we put into this plan, so we will not fail.
How it connects
My second literary device that I'm going to use is imagery because in the play Macbeth there are some very detailed moments some kind of gross and others not so much. One of the more groosum imagery quotes are,"...Macduff was drone his mother's womb Untimely ripped"(Shakepeare 181). This quotes shows that Macduff was technically not born of woman. Making Macduff able to kill Macbeth because he was not born of woman. Along with the detailed with the words womb, and ripped.