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"Still it cried, 'Sleep no more' to all the house; 'Glamis hath murdered sleep', and therefore Cawdor shall sleep no more: Macbeth shall sleep no more." - Macbeth (Act 2, Scene 2)

Macbeth About To Murder King Duncan In Macbeth By William Shakespeare. Drawn And Etched By Robert Dudley. From The Illustrated Library Shakspeare, Published London Poster Print x

"A little water clears us of this deed." (II. iv. 70) Lady Macbeth's attitude towards murder is clashing with Macbeth's. She wants to never bring it up again; her guilt is making her forget about it while Macbeth has to live with it. She is trying to get rid of all the evidence as quickly as she can and she thinks that what is done is done.

"A little water clears us of this deed." (II. iv. 70) Lady Macbeth's attitude towards murder is clashing with Macbeth's. She wants to never bring it up again; her guilt is making her forget about it while Macbeth has to live with it. She is trying to get rid of all the evidence as quickly as she can and she thinks that what is done is done.

Robert J Kelly - www.namtab.com - Fake theater poster.

As I've talked about ad nauseum lately, I've been really into the WPA-style recently.

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