Perfect Masculine Rhyming Couplets In Macbeth

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Manhood, that is the sacred honor that all have in Macbeth. Macbeth is full of masculine characters such as Macbeth and Macduff. One type of writing Shakespeare utilizes is perfect masculine rhyming couplets. Perfect masculine rhyming couplets are short verses, said by a masculine character, that rhymes. Rhyming couplets occur at important plot points and perfect masculine rhyming couplets depict a heroic masculine archetype. Perfect masculine rhyming couplet is used before a major plot point, to show that a character has entered adulthood , and is significant in its ability to create tension right before a climax. Right before going into the last battle, Macduff says “Make all our trumpets speak, give them all breath,/Those clamorous harbingers

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