Trying to do homework, help if you know lots about Macbeth

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Specopcleric

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11-26-2011

I'd help you out if I owned the book. Unfortunately, I do not. I'm sure you know what an anaphora is, so I don't need to tell you what that is. All I can say is "good luck".


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Ballawatsch

Junior Member

11-26-2011

Dude.... Act I Scene I

Second Witch: When the hurlyburly's done,
When the Battle's lost and won.

There's one for ya!


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Anti213

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11-26-2011

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The whole idea was to save time. I thought I could get 1 figure of speech out of the way while I scanned the book for the rest of them. Apparently thats too much to ask.
What makes you think that you should be entitled to anything?


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TheFail

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11-26-2011

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What makes you think that you should be entitled to anything?
He's not exactly demanding that GD does it, he's asking for help in the form of a request for a favor. Off his ****.


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Jessica Jung

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11-26-2011

High school is hard...


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RavenGage

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11-26-2011

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The whole idea was to save time. I thought I could get 1 figure of speech out of the way while I scanned the book for the rest of them. Apparently thats too much to ask.
Scan the book for all of them at the same time, it's not hard. Why the hell would you scan the same book 10 different times?

So instead you want us to scan the book for you? Or did you think we know Macbeth by heart and can remember it all off the top of our heads?


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Mjaxon

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11-26-2011

I'll do it for money.


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Charles Barklius

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11-26-2011

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Dude.... Act I Scene I

Second Witch: When the hurlyburly's done,
When the Battle's lost and won.

There's one for ya!
Thank you >.>


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Kyraxis

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11-26-2011

The "Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow . . ." speech, as well as the gatekeeper's monologue are two examples I can think of. Good luck with the rest.


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Ballawatsch

Junior Member

11-26-2011

I'm doing it for free. I like Macbeth. Not promising all five though.

Here's another one by Macbeth.
Act IV Scene 1 Lines 55-57

Though bladed corn be lodged and trees blown down;
Though castles topple on their warders' heads;
Though palaces and pyramids do slope
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