MacBeth quotes

“Fair is foul, and foul is fair” Witches * an ambiguous statement; could have double meaning* also reflects the overall theme–hard to distinguish between fair (good) and foul (evil)
“….look like an innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t” Said by Lady MacBeth when she was telling MacBeth that he needs to be a man and not a coward and that he needs to kill King Duncan
“What’s done cannot be undone” Lady Macbeth to herself while sleep walking Ironic as she had said earlier on to Macbeth that “what’s done is done” – she now realises that we cannot be rid so easily of our actions – they always return to haunt us and drive us mad
“There are daggers in men’s smiles, the near in blood the nearer in bloody” (King Duncans sons) said this to say you can’t trust anyone. There is someone around them who killed their father and they don’t know who is it.
What act and scene was “Fair is foul, and foul is fair” Act 1, scene 1
What act and scene was “….look like an innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t” Act 1, scene 5
What act and scene was “What’s done cannot be undone” Act 1, scene 5
What act and scene was “There are daggers in men’s smiles, the near in blood the nearer in bloody” Act 2, scene 3

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