Macbeth Quotes

“Most royal sir, Fleance is scap’d” Who said this: First murder To whom the quote was said: Macbeth What was going on at the time the quote was said: Macbeth was having a dinner feast party and the murder came in with the news.
“Is this a dagger which I see before me,/The handle toward my hand?” Who said this: Macbeth To whom the quote was said: to a non-existence dagger that he claimed to have “seen before him”The context of the quote: What was going on at the time the quote was said: In a darkened hall Macbeth sees a floating dagger before him. Macbeth wonders if the dagger is real or a figment of his mind
“Things without all remedy/Should be without regard. What’s done is done” Who said this: Lady Macbeth To whom the quote was said: Macbeth What was going on at the time the quote was said: Macbeth feels guilty about the murder of Duncan. Lady Macbeth is basically telling him to move on past it because you cannot change the past.
“My hands are of your color, but I shame/To wear a heart so white” Who said this: Lady Macbeth To whom the quote was said: Macbeth What was going on at the time the quote was said: This was after Lady Macbeth put the daggers back in the room with that the murder was committed. Macbeth has accidentally brought them with him instead of leaving them like they had talked about. By “I shame to wear a heart so white” she meant that shes was planning on behaving strongly and not cowardly like Macbeth was.
“It will have blood, they say;blood will have blood” Who said this: Macbeth To whom the quote was said: Lady Macbeth and or the Ghost of BanquoWhat was going on at the time the quote was said: At the dinner feast Macbeth said this after seeing the ghost of Banquo, causing him to act insane in front of his guests.
“All hail, Macbeth, that shall be king hereafter” Who said this: One of the witchesTo whom the quote was said: Kind of just to each other/nobody What was going on at the time the quote was said: This is the scene where the witches are prophseying Macbeth’s future
“Had he not resembled/My father as he slept, I had done ‘t” Who said this: Lady Macbeth To whom the quote was said: nobody, she clearly states it What was going on at the time the quote was said: Lady Macbeth was waiting for Macbeth to come out of Duncan’s chamber

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