The use of blood imagery in MacBeth
William Shakespeare uses numerous methods to rouse the anxiety, and thrill in his plays. In the tragedy of MacBeth, Shakespeare utilizes blood imagery to add a fearful sense of guilt, insanity, shame, and anger to the play. The blood imagery enables the audience to envision the horrible scene where Duncan was ruthlessly murdered and also the scene where Lady MacBeth attempts to rid her mind of the guilt of her actions. The sight and talk of blood has a profound impact on the depth and strength of the use of blood imagery.
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