February 24, 2017

Homework Help: English

Posted by Henry2 on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 2:53pm.

I left out the following two sentences I varied. Thank you very much!

1) Macbeth hears a supernatural voice telling him that in murdering Duncan he has deprived his life of sleep.
2) He compares sleep to an innocent murder victim, to someone who repairs clothes, death, rest and cleanness after work, a medicine, the second course, that is the most substantial part of a meal.
3) He uses these metaphors to stress the fact that it is sleep which removes our cares, nourishes us and gives us life and energy as does the second course (not “as the second course does”?)
4) Finally, Macbeth admits that if he had to acknowledge his deed (he must know his deed /why is “must” correct if the following part is in the second conditional?) , then it would be best for him to lose all knowledge of himself.

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