Blood’s Importance in Macbeth
This paper intends to explain the motif of blood in Macbeth. The obsession with blood by both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth is a sign of blood’s importance as a motif in Macbeth. The further intention of this paper is to discuss the primary source Macbeth and the following articles: “Barron’s Booknotes,” and “The Theme of Blood in Macbeth.” The primary source Macbeth and the above articles will clearly
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conscience he wouldn’t have imagined the blood in that way and
would have had no guilt.
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