Scene 7 from lines 1 to 28 and also Act 3 scene 1 from lines 47 to line 75 Thanks Alan Plain English Macbeth" Macbeth Act 1: S cene VII, Lines 1-28 Macbeth swept his plate aside. My strange self delusions are the fears of someone new to this and in need of experience. Not i the worst rank of manhood, say. This is one of the witches talking about what they are going to do to Macbeth. The times has been that, when the brains were out, the man would die, and there an end; but now they rise again, with twenty mortal murders on their crowns, and push us from our stools. The witches awaken Macbeth's ambitions, and then Lady Macbeth drives Macbeth to kill Duncan.
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Their understanding of manhood allows the political order depicted in the play to descend into chaos. The real fears that we have are not as violence Throughout American Territory bad as the horrible things we imagine. But now they rise again with twenty fatal wounds of their heads and push us off our chairs. Why are you silent? But to stay king: thats what really mattered. This is even stranger than such a violent murder. (Macbeth Act IV, Scene I) Plain English Macbeth" An untranslatable spell-making chant! It also suggests that, with Malcolms coronation, order will be restored to the Kingdom of Scotland.