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Robin Chabouk 11A

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- 'Thou' - They address each other in this way, which shows they are close. - 'Unsex me here' - Lady Macbeth is willing to sacrifice everything for Macbeth. - 'Take my milk for gall' - reinforces my previous point. also discuss how different audiences would react to this scene. - 'Are you a man?' She is able to persuade Macbeth easily as she knows him well, perhaps because they are close.

- 'Give me the daggers' Lady Macbeth is there to support Macbeth, also they are not speaking in Iambic pentameter as they are panicking. -They finish each other's sentences off, showing that they have some sort of connection. - Macbeth starts keeping secrets, kills Banquo without telling Lady Macbeth. This could be because he believes she is safer this way, or because he feels she is no longer of any use to him. - 'My lord is often thus and hath been from his youth' - Lady Macbeth is covering for Macbeth, because she still cares for him.

'What, will these hands ne'er be clean?' When Lady Macbeth is sleeping and asking these questions, Macbeth isn't there to help her or answer her questions as she was there for him in his time of need. - 'She should have died hereafter' - Macbeth doesn't seem very affected by Lady Macbeth's death and only spends a brief moment to say that she should have lived a few more days, before returning to what he was talking about before.

Macbeth's marriage begins to fall apart. They are becoming more and more distant from each other. (Discuss some examples) Sequence of events that have occurred could mean their relationship will never be the same again.

-Comment on how different scenes would impact certain audiences eg. 'Unsex me here' -Pick out single words and analyse into further detail. -Soliloquy, Iambic Pentameter, breaking of rhythm.