Macbeth Essay | Imagery in "Macbeth"

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Imagery in "Macbeth"

Summary: Discusses the imagery used by Shakeapeare in "Macbeth."
In many of his plays, William Shakespeare uses many forms of imagery. In the play Macbeth, his use of imagery is a major influence on the audience that watches it. The major images that Shakespeare uses are clothing imagery and plant imagery. This essay will discuss these forms of imagery, and define the nature and the purpose of them in relation to the idea's of the play.

The first form of imagery this essay will discuss is clothing imagery. One of the first instances that this type of imagery is come across is in Act I Scene iii. Angus addresses Macbeth with his new title of The Thane of Cawdor, and Macbeth, in a shocked manner replies "The Thane of Cawdor lives. Why do you dress me in borrowed robes"." Macbeth is reluctant to accept any honor to which he is not entitled. The purpose of this...

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