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No Fear Shakespeare Macbeth by SparkNotes 2, Original Text Modern Text. And choke their art The merciless Macdonwald clinging to each other and struggling in the water. 10 Worthy to be a rebel for to that unable to move The villainous rebel Macdonwald. The multiplying villanies of nature was supported by foot soldiers and horsemen. Do swarm upon him from the Western Isles from Ireland and the Hebrides and Lady Luck. Of kerns and gallowglasses is supplied was with him smiling cruelly at his enemies as if. And fortune on his damn d quarrel smiling she were his whore But Luck and Macdonwald. 15 Showed like a rebel s whore But all s too weak together weren t strong enough Brave Macbeth. For brave Macbeth well he deserves that name laughing at Luck chopped his way through to. Disdaining fortune with his brandished steel Macdonwald who didn t even have time to say. Which smoked with bloody execution good bye or shake hands before Macbeth split. Like valor s minion carved out his passage him open from his navel to his jawbone and stuck. 20 Till he faced the slave his head on our castle walls. Which ne er shook hands nor bade farewell to him, Till he unseamed him from the nave to th chops. And fixed his head upon our battlements, DUNCAN DUNCAN. O valiant cousin Worthy gentleman My brave relative What a worthy man. Act 1 Scene 2 Page 2, CAPTAIN CAPTAIN, 25 As whence the sun gins his reflection But in the same way that violent storms always. Shipwracking storms and direful thunders break come just as spring appears our success against. So from that spring whence comfort seemed to come Macdonwald created new problems for us Listen. Discomfort swells Mark King of Scotland mark to this King as soon as we sent those Irish. No sooner justice had with valor armed soldiers running for cover the Norwegian king. 30 Compelled these skipping kerns to trust their heels saw his chance to attack us with fresh troops and. But the Norweyan lord surveying vantage shiny weapons. With furbished arms and new supplies of men, Began a fresh assault.
DUNCAN DUNCAN, Dismayed not this our captains Macbeth and Didn t this frighten our captains Macbeth and. Banquo Banquo, CAPTAIN CAPTAIN, 35 Yes as sparrows eagles or the hare the lion The new challenge scared them about as much. If I say sooth I must report they were as sparrows frighten eagles or rabbits frighten a. As cannons overcharged with double cracks lion To tell you the truth they fought the new. So they doubly redoubled strokes upon the foe enemy with twice as much force as before they. Except they meant to bathe in reeking wounds were like cannons loaded with double. 40 Or memorize another Golgotha ammunition Maybe they wanted to take a bath in. I cannot tell their enemies blood or make that battlefield as. But I am faint my gashes cry for help infamous as Golgotha where Christ was. crucified I don t know But I feel weak My, wounds must be tended to. DUNCAN DUNCAN, So well thy words become thee as thy wounds Your words like your wounds bring you honor. They smack of honor both Go get him surgeons Take him to the surgeons. Exit CAPTAIN with attendants The CAPTAIN exits helped by attendants. Enter ROSS and ANGUS ROSS and ANGUS enter, 45 Who comes here Who is this.
MALCOLM MALCOLM, The worthy thane of Ross The worthy Thane of Ross. LENNOX LENNOX, No Fear Shakespeare Macbeth by SparkNotes 3. Original Text Modern Text, What a haste looks through his eyes So should he His eyes seem frantic He looks like someone. look with a strange tale to tell, That seems to speak things strange. Act 1 Scene 2 Page 3, God save the king God save the king.
DUNCAN DUNCAN, Whence cam st thou worthy thane Where have you come from worthy thane. From Fife great king Great king I ve come from Fife where the. Where the Norweyan banners flout the sky Norwegian flag flies mocking our country and. 50 And fan our people cold frightening our people Leading an enormous. Norway himself with terrible numbers army and assisted by that disloyal traitor the. Assisted by that most disloyal traitor thane of Cawdor the king of Norway began a. The thane of Cawdor began a dismal conflict bloody battle But outfitted in his battle weathered. Till that Bellona s bridegroom lapped in proof armor Macbeth met the Norwegian attacks shot. 55 Confronted him with self comparisons for shot as if he were the goddess of war s. Point against point rebellious arm gainst arm husband Finally he broke the enemy s spirit and. Curbing his lavish spirit and to conclude we were victorious. The victory fell on us, DUNCAN DUNCAN, Great happiness Great happiness. That now So now Sweno the Norwegian king wants a, Sweno the Norways king craves composition treaty We told him we wouldn t even let him bury. 60 Nor would we deign him burial of his men his men until he retreated to Saint Colme s Inch. Till he disbursed at Saint Colme s Inch and paid us ten thousand dollars. Ten thousand dollars to our general use, DUNCAN DUNCAN. No more that thane of Cawdor shall deceive The thane of Cawdor will never again betray me. Our bosom interest go pronounce his present death Go announce that he will be executed and tell. 65 And with his former title greet Macbeth Macbeth that Cawdor s titles will be given to him. I ll see it done I ll get it done right away, DUNCAN DUNCAN.
What he hath lost noble Macbeth hath won The thane of Cawdor has lost what the noble. Macbeth has won, Exeunt They all exit, Act 1 Scene 3. Thunder Enter the three WITCHES Thunder The three WITCHES enter. FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, Where hast thou been sister Where have you been sister. SECOND WITCH SECOND WITCH, Killing swine Killing pigs. THIRD WITCH THIRD WITCH, Sister where thou And you sister. FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, A sailor s wife had chestnuts in her lap A sailor s wife had chestnuts in her lap and.
No Fear Shakespeare Macbeth by SparkNotes 4, Original Text Modern Text. 5 And munched and munched and munched Give munched away at them Give me one I said. me Get away from me witch the fat woman cried, quoth I Her husband has sailed off to Aleppo as master. Aroint thee witch the rump fed runnion cries of a ship called the Tiger I ll sail there in a kitchen. Her husband s to Aleppo gone master o th Tiger strainer turn myself into a tailless rat and do. But in a sieve I ll thither sail things to him, 10 And like a rat without a tail. I ll do I ll do and I ll do, SECOND WITCH SECOND WITCH. I ll give thee a wind I ll give you some wind to sail there. FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, Thou rt kind How nice of you.
THIRD WITCH THIRD WITCH, And I another And I will give you some more. FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, I myself have all the other I already have control of all the other winds along. 15 And the very ports they blow with the ports from which they blow and every. All the quarters that they know direction on the sailor s compass in which they. I th shipman s card can go I ll drain the life out of him He won t catch. I ll drain him dry as hay a wink of sleep either at night or during the day. Sleep shall neither night nor day He will live as a cursed man For eighty one. 20 Hang upon his penthouse lid weeks he will waste away in agony. He shall live a man forbid, Weary sev nnights nine times nine. Shall he dwindle peak and pine, Act 1 Scene 3 Page 2. Though his bark cannot be lost Although I can t make his ship disappear I can. 25 Yet it shall be tempest tossed still make his journey miserable Look what I have. Look what I have here, SECOND WITCH SECOND WITCH, Show me show me Show me show me.
FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, Here I have a pilot s thumb Here I have the thumb of a pilot who was. Wrecked as homeward he did come drowned while trying to return home. Drum within A drum sounds offstage, THIRD WITCH THIRD WITCH. 30 A drum a drum A drum a drum Macbeth has come, Macbeth doth come. dancing together in a circle The weird sisters hand dancing together in a circle We weird sisters. in hand in hand swift travelers over the sea and, hand land dance around and around like so Three. Posters of the sea and land times to yours and three times to mine and three. 35 Thus do go about about times again to add up to nine Enough The. Thrice to thine and thrice to mine charm is ready, And thrice again to make up nine.
Peace The charm s wound up, Enter MACBETH and BANQUO MACBETH and BANQUO enter. MACBETH MACBETH, So foul and fair a day I have not seen to BANQUO I have never seen a day that was. so good and bad at the same time, No Fear Shakespeare Macbeth by SparkNotes 5. Original Text Modern Text, BANQUO BANQUO, How far is t called to Forres What are these How far is it supposed to be to Forres he sees. 40 So withered and so wild in their attire the WITCHES What are these creatures. That look not like th inhabitants o th Earth They re so withered looking and crazily dressed. And yet are on t Live you Or are you aught They don t look like they belong on this planet. That man may question You seem to understand but I see them standing here on Earth to. me theWITCHES Are you alive Can you answer, 45 By each at once her choppy finger laying questions You seem to understand me because.
Upon her skinny lips You should be women each of you has put a gruesome finger to her. And yet your beards forbid me to interpret skinny lips You look like women but your beards. That you are so keep me from believing that you really are. Act 1 Scene 3 Page 3, MACBETH MACBETH, Speak if you can what are you Speak if you can What kind of creatures are. FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, All hail Macbeth Hail to thee thane of Glamis All hail Macbeth Hail to you thane of Glamis. SECOND WITCH SECOND WITCH, 50 All hail Macbeth Hail to thee thane of Cawdor All hail Macbeth Hail to you thane of Cawdor. THIRD WITCH THIRD WITCH, All hail Macbeth that shalt be king hereafter All hail Macbeth the future king. BANQUO BANQUO, Good sir why do you start and seem to fear My dear Macbeth why do you look so startled.
Things that do sound so fair to the WITCHES I th and afraid of these nice things they re saying to. name of truth the WITCHES Tell me honestly are you. 55 Are ye fantastical or that indeed illusions or are you really what you seem to be. Which outwardly ye show My noble partner You ve greeted my noble friend with honors and. You greet with present grace and great prediction talk of a future so glorious that you ve made him. Of noble having and of royal hope speechless But you don t say anything to me If. That he seems rapt withal To me you speak not you can see the future and say how things will. 60 If you can look into the seeds of time turn out tell me I don t want your favors and I m. And say which grain will grow and which will not not afraid of your hatred. Speak then to me who neither beg nor fear, Your favors nor your hate. FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH, SECOND WITCH SECOND WITCH. THIRD WITCH THIRD WITCH, 65 Hail Hail, FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH. Lesser than Macbeth and greater You are lesser than Macbeth but also greater. SECOND WITCH SECOND WITCH, Not so happy yet much happier You are not as happy as Macbeth yet much. THIRD WITCH THIRD WITCH, Thou shalt get kings though thou be none Your descendants will be kings even though you.
So all hail Macbeth and Banquo will not be one So all hail Macbeth and Banquo. Act 1 Scene 3 Page 4, No Fear Shakespeare Macbeth by SparkNotes 6. Original Text Modern Text, FIRST WITCH FIRST WITCH. 70 Banquo and Macbeth all hail Banquo and Macbeth all hail. MACBETH MACBETH, Stay you imperfect speakers tell me more Wait You only told me part of what I want to. By Sinel s death I know I am thane of Glamis know Stay and tell me more I already know I am. But how of Cawdor The thane of Cawdor lives the thane of Glamis because I inherited the. A prosperous gentleman and to be king position when my father Sinel died But how can. 75 Stands not within the prospect of belief you call me the thane of Cawdor The thane of. No more than to be Cawdor Say from whence Cawdor is alive and he s a rich and powerful. You owe this strange intelligence or why man And for me to be the king is completely. Upon this blasted heath you stop our way impossible just as it s impossible for me to be. With such prophetic greeting Speak I charge you thane of Cawdor Tell me where you learned. these strange things and why you stop us at this, desolate place with this prophetic greeting. Speak I command you, WITCHES vanish The WITCHESvanish.
BANQUO BANQUO, 80 The earth hath bubbles as the water has The earth has bubbles just like the water and. And these are of them Whither are they vanished these creatures must have come from a bubble in. the earth Where did they disappear to, MACBETH MACBETH. Into the air and what seemed corporal Into thin air Their bodies melted like breath in the. Melted as breath into the wind Would they had wind I wish they had stayed. BANQUO BANQUO, Were such things here as we do speak about Were these things we re talking about really. 85 Or have we eaten on the insane root here Or are we both on drugs. That takes the reason prisoner, MACBETH MACBETH, Your children shall be kings Your children will be kings. BANQUO BANQUO, You shall be king You will be the king.
MACBETH MACBETH, And thane of Cawdor too went it not so And thane of Cawdor too Isn t that what they. BANQUO BANQUO, To the selfsame tune and words Who s here That s exactly what they said Who s this. Macbeth that Cawdor s titles will be given to him ROSS I ll see it done ROSS I ll get it done right away DUNCAN What he hath lost noble Macbeth hath won DUNCAN The thane of Cawdor has lost what the noble Macbeth has won Exeunt They all exit Act 1 Scene 3 Thunder Enter the three WITCHES Thunder The three WITCHES enter FIRST WITCH

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