The Symbol of Blood in Macbeth
Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy in which Macbeth plots to kill everyone that gets in his way. In this play the symbol of blood is portrayed often and with different meanings. This symbol is developed throughout the play until it becomes the dominating theme. It's used to symbolize honor, treason, and guilt. All of these images of blood help develop the atmosphere and scene and contribute to the over all drama of the play.
The first reference of blood is one of honor, and occurs when Duncan sees the injured sergeant and says, "What bloody man is that?" This is sym…
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