Da Hood Macbeth Quotes

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Macbeth in ‘Da Hood (Analysis of the Imagination of Macbeth) What is imagination? Imagination is the faculty or action of forming new ideas, or images or concepts of external objects not present to the senses. That's a mouthful, but it basically means to think outside the box. Whether or not the imagination’s box is big or small, that's how good it is. Macbeth’s imagination is very diverse and is full of crazy wild thoughts. In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the character Macbeth has an imagination that helps him commit a horrendous crime, but also makes it hard for him to commit it. First, Macbeth has an imagination that helps him by continuing to tell himself that he will be king. Macbeth is so blinded by being king that he loses sight of his life. In the play it is quoted, “If chance will have me King, why, chance may crown me, without my stir.” This quote from the play means that Macbeth is very confident that he will be king and nothing will prove other wise if it is up to chance. Macbeth’s imagination helps him commit this act by planting the seed of him becoming king. …show more content…

Throughout the first act of the play Macbeth goes back and forth between doing the deed and not doing. This quote is from the play macbeth, “ Will plead like Angels trumpet-tongued against the deep damnation of his taking-off.” In this quote, Macbeth is trying convince himself to not to do the deed of murder. He says this guy is such a good guy. If he was murdered then he was go up to heaven and the angels would be waiting for him, playing trumpets and having a good time. The part of Macbeth’s imagination that made it hard for him to do this deed was very present in this

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