Question by  slyfoxbro (26)

What are some examples of imagery in MacBeth?


Answer by  JenaMae (794)

The biggest imagery that Shakepeare uses is that of light and darkness to symbolize right and wrong, good and evil. The black and white of a situation. Directional blades, lines of text dedicated to dead children, blood (especially when imagined) are images of foreboding and leads MacBeth and his wife into actions they will eventually regret.

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