posted by Gagan on .
What is the meaning of the following lines said in the book or play Macbeth?
As whence the sun 'gins his reflection
Shipwracking storms and direful thunders break,So from that spring whence comfort seemed to come
It was said by sergant in Act 1, scene 2 line 25.
can somebody please help, I have a exam in like 7 hours, thank you..
Here are some links on Macbeth:
And on Shakespearian language here:
1. When the sun begins his reflection. (where does the sun rise and set?)
2. Storms and thunder, etc. shipwreck storms, shaking any complacency
More specifically, here are some links on that particular scene: