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Dramatic Irony is when the audience or reader knows more about something than a character. In this scene, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are discussing killing Duncan.

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Moral appeal not to kill Duncan “He’s here in double trust First, as I am his kinsman and his subject, Strong both against the deed; then, as his host, Who should against his murderer shut the door, Not bear the knife myself.”, “he hath honoured me of late”, “Of course, verbal irony can also be used for a simple comic result. Whether it's to highlight a witty character, lighten tension during a dark or difficult scene, or just to make people laugh, verbal irony can provide a much-needed moment of humorous relief. As you might expect, verbal irony is a common joke component. Broadly speaking, verbal irony works by either understating or overstating the gravity of the situation. Life’s but a walking shadow… hour upon the stage → compares life to the lowest member of a theatre (a walking gentlemen) ; given specific time and role; despite being short you think your damn important, strutting and fretting btu in the end nobody will remember you who you are

irony Is this passage from Macbeth a good example of dramatic irony

That connection is then broken by murderers brutally killing them. This invokes pathos in the audience, and is used to fuel Macduff’s anger. Lady Macbeth’s affirmation that “a little water clears us of this deed” is ironic since, in that particular instance, she and her husband are both guilty of regicide. They had plotted to kill Duncan and have done so. They cannot, therefore, so easily be guiltless just because they can erase the evidence (Duncan’s blood) from their hands. They know what they have done and even though others do not, they know their guilt and their collective conscience cannot so easily be cleared. The fact that Banquo sits in Macbeth’s place signifies that Macbeth’s reign will not stay in his posterityWe might have met them dareful, beard to beard” → beard symbolises man, and everything that manliness stands for This scene marks a shift in the relationship between Macbeth and LMB. Both of them are halfway through their evolution, and are knee-deep in emotional turmoil. They “ eat our meal in fear and sleep in the affliction of these terrible dreams that shake [them] nightly”. This shows how insecure they are. Macduff shows signs that he is truly grieving - his sorrow in this scene lays the foundation for his revenge and ultimate act of killing Macbeth. God’s benison…friends of foes → shows Old Man’s favourable disposition towards Malcolm, and therefore further prejudices the audience While the watch is splash resistant, it is essential to note that it should not be exposed to water, making it an ideal companion for daily wear and indoor occasions.

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Macbeth realises his folly and comes to a revelation at the end of the play. He reflects on the futility of life in the lines “It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”. His nihilistic views are the product of his sorrow at Lady Macbeth’s death, as well as the hopeless situation he finds himself trapped in. He remarks “Out, out, brief candle, life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more.” This reflects his realisation about the inevitability of death, while comparing life to an actor that is temporarily in the spotlight and then is heard from no more. This theatrical imagery is powerful in the context of a theatre. This evokes pathos in Macbeth and his situation, because his grief and misery is expressed vividly through these lines. He realises the folly in his actions, and truly understands their consequences now when he is suffering. In this way, Macbeth can be argued to have reached clarity about the reality of life, by enduring the consequences of his folly, which is his downfall. Remains in danger of her former tooth.” → The snake is a metaphor for the danger that they are in. This is ironic, as Macbeth himself is the creator of this snake he was respected and loved before ambition corrupted his intent. I have almost forgot the taste of fears” → compares fear to an edible object, as if it is something experienced by tasting. Shows his evolution as a character from a guilty, frightened perpetrator to a murderous tyrant. Does not have peace of mind - “doubtful joy”. She is deeply troubled by what she and Macbeth committed, while she isn’t able to enjoy being Queen. In Aesop's 'The Tortoise and the Hare,' for example, the unexpected outcome teaches us that slow and steady wins the race. Or perhaps the real moral is that you shouldn't be complacent and take naps during races.The earth was feverous and did shake”, “T’was a rough night” → The storm outside Macbeth’s castle reflects the tempest of conflicting emotions inside Macbeth, the guilt, regret, ambition, and evil all manifest themselves in the atmosphere. Macbeth’s rich and elaborate imagery in his staged reaction to Duncan’s death reveal his insincerity, suggesting he has prepared this speech beforehand. There was a moment’s silence; the warm noon-tide seemed to listen. “I trust you, but I don’t trust him,” said Ralph.

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