Examples Of Epilogue To Lady Macbeth

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As Macbeth strode down the long cold hallway towards the door he could hardly keep the smile from coming through to the surface. Macbeth opened the door and heard the satisfying creak of the old rusted hinges. He walked into the room and saw Lady Macbeth sitting in a chair near the corner of the room. She swiftly got up and leisurely walked up to him and they shared a nice tender kiss. As their kiss comes to an end Lady Macbeth adopted the smile that Macbeth had been trying to keep locked away. Macbeth stated, “We did it. I finally have nothing to worry about. Banquo is dead and gone and now no one will ever think that I was the one who killed Duncan” Lady Macbeth laughed an eerie spine tingling laugh that even the candles seemed to flicker with fear. Lady…show more content…
Macbeth began to yell, “Lydia!!! Ye shall never speak like that again!” Lydia went to speak but all that came out was a gurgle. Lydia looked down to see the tip of the knife protruding from her abdomen and blood began to soak the white gown. Blood began to come out of Lydia’s mouth and drip to the floor. She fell down to her feet and with her dying breath stated, “LORD, condemn them to spend eternity in the depths of tartarus.” Then her body went silent. Lady Macbeth laughed and said, “foolish girl” Macbeth with a look of worry on his face stated “what shall we do with her body?” Lady Macbeth stated, “No worries dear we can put her into a trunk and chuck her into the water, the rocks will take care of the rest.” So for the next half hour they cleaned up the mess in order to make it look like a suicide. Finally Lady Macbeth turned to Macbeth and said, “Macbeth we are going to be late we must leave for there is nothing more to attend to” so Lady Macbeth and Macbeth locked their arms together and walked out of the door on their way to Banquo’s funeral. The door slammed behind them as they put on their faces of
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