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“What, can the devil speak true?”
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 3
Line 108b
“happy prologues to the swelling act”
Language
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 129b-131
“Come what come may, / Time and the hour runs through the roughest day”
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 148b-149
“In doing it, pays itself”
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 22-23
Wordplay: "grow" and "enfold"
Language
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 28b-33a
What thou wouldst highly, /that wouldst thou holily”
Language
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 14-24
“To beguile the time”
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 61-65
"screw your courage to the sticking place"
Language
Macbeth
Act 1,
Scene 7
Lines 59b-62
Hecate
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 50-57
Tarquin
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 50-57
"knell"
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 63-65
"quenched"
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 1-2
"the owl that shrieked"
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 1-4
"unbend"
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 43-46
"gild" and "guilt"
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 52-56a
"they pluck out mine eyes"
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 56b-62
"English tailor"
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 3
Lines 12-14
“equivocates him in a sleep”​
Language
Macbeth
Act 2,
Scene 3
Lines 28-32
"human"
Language
Macbeth
Act 3,
Scene 4
Lines 79-80
"mortal murders on their crowns"
Language
Macbeth
Act 3,
Scene 4
Lines 79-87a
Hyrcan tiger
Allusion
Macbeth
Act 3,
Scene 4
Lines 102b-107
"overcome us"
Language
Macbeth
Act 3,
Scene 4
Lines 113b-119a
"Stones have been known to move"
Language
Macbeth
Act 3,
Scene 4
Lines 125-129
"season"
Language
Macbeth
Act 3,
Scene 4
Line 144

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