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By: Dillon Trent Macbeth Quote
Macbeth: into the air; and what seemed corporal, melted, as breath into the wind. Would they had stayed!
Macbeth: I am afraid to think what I have done; Look on’t again I dare not.
Porter: Well, sire, we were drinking till three o’clock in the morningPorter: Well, sire, we were drinking till three o’clock in the morning. And drink, sir, is a great provoker of three things
Macduff: oh, horror, horror, horrorMacduff: oh, horror, horror, horror! There are no words that can tell it-o mind able to concieve it.
Lady Macbeth: What’s the matter, that such a fearful alarm should summon our guests from sleep? Speak, speak!
Macduff:Your royal father has been murdered.
Ross: they did, too, to my amazement. I saw it!
Oh, Heavenly Father.
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