Macbeth Quotes-vaulting ambition

When Banquo observes Macbeth’s vaulting ambition “look how our partner’s rapt”
When Macbeth is frightened by his own thoughts about killing the King, right after hearing the prophecy “let light not see my black and deep desires”
Lady Macbeth’s reasoning for having to persuade Macbeth to kill himself “I fear thy nature is too full of the milk of human kindness”
Lady Macbeth suppressing her guilt “nor heaven peep through (the dark sky)….to cry ‘hold’ ‘hold'”
Lady Macbeth telling her husband to put on a mask before he goes and greet’s his guests when Duncan comes “your hand, your tongue, look like th’innocent flower, but be a serpent underneath”
When Macbeth says he has no desire to kill Duncan but his vaulting ambition “I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent but vaulting ambition”
When Macbeth takes Lady Macbeth’s advice and tells himself to put a mask on “false heart must hide, what false heart doth know”

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