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"Macbeth" by William Shakespeare
Throughout Macbeth William Shakespeare uses many symbols to highlight major themes in the play. One of these symbols is blood, and the theme that it reinforces is murder and the fear associated with killing. Many scenes in the play involving murder also have blood mentioned, although not necessarily during the act itself. The use of blood as a symbol is very important when connected to the theme of murder, and is used as a foreshadowing device as well.
The first time Shakespeare uses blood as a symbol takes place in Act II Scene II, when Macbeth is going to kill Duncan. He…
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