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Blood in Macbeth By: Katie Olney and Lauren Corley
Act 1 1.2.1 "What bloody man is that? He can report, as seemeth by his plight, of the revolt the newest state." –King Duncan King Duncan talking to Malcom about the bloody Captain who fought for in the revolt for him 1.2.17-20 "Disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution, like valor's minion carved out his passage till he faced the slave“--The Captain He is describing how Macbeth chopped through Macdonwald's army then killed him. 1.5.40-42 "And fill me, from the crown to the toe, top-full of direst cruelty! Make thick my blood, stop up th' access and passage to remorse“--Lady Macbeth She is praying for the ability and strength to commit this horrible murder without regret 1.7.8-10 "That we but teach bloody instructions, which, being taught, return to plague th' inventor“— Macbeth Macbeth is starting to want to abandon his plans to kill Duncan because he is afraid it will come back to haunt him. 1.7.74-77 "Will it not be received, when we have marked with blood those sleepy two of his chamber, and used their very daggers, that they have done't“--Macbeth Macbeth is going to kill Duncan and frame his two servants
Act 2 2.1.46-47 "And on thy blade and dudgeon gouts of blood, which was not so before" --Macbeth He is starting to hallucinate seeing Duncan's blood on a dagger. 2.2.55-56 "If he do bleed, I'll gild the faces of the grooms withal, for it must seem their guilt“ Macbeth freaked out after he killed Duncan so Lady Macbeth had to go frame the guards for him 2.3.79-80 "Those of his chambers, as it seemed, had done't: their hands and faces were all badged with blood" –Lennox Lennox telling Malcolm that his father was murdered by his guards 2.3.133-134 "There's daggers in men's smiles; the near in blood, the nearer bloody“– Donalbain He is telling his brother that they are no longer safe and that they need to flee because they are next to be murdered. 2.4.5-6 "Thou seest the heavens, as troubled with man's act, threatens his bloody stage" –Ross He is telling an old man that the sky looks ominous and angry about what man kind has been doing. This symbolizes Macbeth's horrible deeds.
Act 3 3.1.29 “We hear our bloody cousins are bestowed In England and in Ireland, not confessing their cruel parricide”--Macbeth Macbeth is accusing King Duncan's sons of his murder because they fled the country. 3.1.116 “So is he mine, and in such bloody distance that every minute of his being thrusts against my near'st of life” --Macbeth Macbeth is speaking to the murderers he hired about how Banquo is their enemy too and that Macbeth hates him so much that the fact that Banquo is living eats at his heart. 3.2.48 “…and with thy bloody and invisible hand cancel and tear to pieces that great bond which keeps me pale”--Macbeth to Lady Macbeth Macbeth talking to the night to tear Banquo apart, acquitting his fear. 3.4.13 “There's blood upon thy face.”--Macbeth Macbeth is talking to the murderer who killed Banquo 3.4.75 “Blood hath been shed ere now”—Macbeth He is saying to Lady Macbeth that in the old days you could kill someone and they would be dead, a lot of blood was spilled then. Now they come back to life and haunt us. 3.4.94 “Thy bones are marrowless, they blood is cold;”—Macbeth He is talking to Banquo's ghost, trying to convince himself that he is in no harm. 3.4.122 “It will have blood, they say blood will have blood...the secret'st man of blood.”—Macbeth Macbeth is talking to Lady Macbeth about why he is freaked out. He says that an old saying says: the dead will have their revenge 3.4.136 “I am in blood stepped in so far that, should I wade no more”—Macbeth He is saying to Lady Macbeth that he has killed so many people, it would be too hard to go back to being good, but it will also be hard to kill more people.
Act 4 4.1.37 “Cool it with a baboon's blood”--Second Witch Once the baboon's blood is cooled, the charm will be finished 4.1.64 “Pour in sow's blood, that hath eaten her nine farrow”--First Witch 4.1.79 “Be bloody, bold, and resolute! Laugh to scorn the power of men”--Second Apparition Be violent, bold and firm. laugh at the power of other men 4.1.123 “For the blood-boltered Banquo smiles upon me and points at them for his.”--Macbeth Banquo is bloody and smiling at Macbeth, pointing to his descendents. 4.3.32 “Bleed, bleed, poor country”—Macduff 4.3.40 “It weeps, it bleeds, an each new day a gash is added to her wounds.”--Malcolm He is speaking of his country under Macbeth's rule 4.3.57 “I grant him bloody, luxurious, avaricious, false, deceitful, sudden,malicious, smacking of every sin that has a name”— Malcolm Malcolm is testing Macduff. Malcom is sayingthat sure, Macbeth is murderous, but he (Malcom) is all of these terrible things.
Act 5 5.1.34 “Yet who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him?”--Lady Macbeth She is now feeling the guilt that she ironically told Macbeth he would never have to worry about when killing Duncan. Now all of the murder is affecting her. 5.2.2 “Revenges burn in them; for their dear causes would to the bleeding and the grim alarm excite the mortified man”--Menteith They want revenge and what they have endured would make dead men rise up and fight. 5.6.9-10 "Make all our trumpets speak; give them all breath, those clamorous harbingers of blood and death"--Macduff Macduff is rallying his army to prepare to kill Macbeth and restore the throne 5.8.5-6 "But get thee back! My soul is too much charged with blood of thine already“– Macbeth Macbeth has run into Macduff which is the man he has avoided because he is guilty about murdering his whole family. 5.8.7-8 "My voice is in my sword, thou bloodier villain then terms can give the out!" –Macduff Macduff tells Macbeth that he is too evil for words; he will let his sword do the talking for him.