This scene is about Mcduff bottling his anger up to destroy Macbeth and his family. A quote from this is Malcolm telling Mcduff to not act like a woman and not let there be tears and act weak(sexist old times).
I have now finished reading Cyborg where it ends in a cliff hanger when the evil robot Kilg%re comes to try to attack cyborg to take the human parts out of him so he can join the robotic rebellion against all humans. He also tries to destroy one of Cyborgs who also has to monitor Cyborgs robotic behavior.
I’m starting to read the cyborg comic-book series. It is set in NewYork where cyborg is trying to find his sole because he is part human and part machine and is felling like he is barely any part human. While his friend takes him to a jaz bar a massive bulk of machinery falls from the sky to get Cyborg to join the robot rebellion . Of course he said no so the bulky robot /KILG%Re sworn to kill him as well as the human race.
This is about Macbeth talking to the three witches about the eight kings.”Enter a show of eight kings”. Macbeth was wrong to order more prophesys because he is now scared of the kings.
They are finding out where Macduff is (he is in London).
They are also saying he is starting a war in this quotation “prepares for some attempt of war”.
Hecate is angry because the three witches were interfering with Macbeths life and telling him about the future so he dies
Which of you have done this. This is Macbeth asking who is showing that they know he killed Banqou and getting him to admit it, but they can’t even see it.
You would use the word blood because it sounds scariest and sounds allot worse(of a crime you have committed).
It will have blood they say. Blood will have blood.
If you kill someone someone will kill you.
I am in blood stepp’d so far that should I wade no more, returning were as tedians as go o-er.
I have already killed someone and I’m in to deep to stop.
1,Act2 Scene2, My hands are of your colour. To wear a heart so white. I am afraid to think what I have done.
2,Act1Scene7, As we shall make our griefs and clamour roar upon his death. Was the hope drunk wherein you dressed yourself. I dare do all that may become a man.
3Act1Scene5,Only look up clear. To alter favour ever is to fear. Leave the rest to me. Tomorrow as he purposes. Which fate and metaphysical aid doth seem to have thee crowned withal.