The Imagery Of Blood In Macbeth

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The Imagery Of Blood In Macbeth Imagery Of Blood 'MacBeth', the dramatic play written by William Shakespeare has many good examples of imagery, especially blood. The play opens with the weird sisters talking about meeting again and talking about MacBeth. A war has just ended, making MacBeth a Brave hero because he is the general of the Scottish army and they won. MacBeth is the thane of Glamis, and then becomes the Thane of Cawdor. The weird sisters make many predictions to Macbeth, all of which come true. MacBeth makes the last prediction come true by killing King Duncan. The imagery of blood is very important in 'MacBeth'. It symbolizes honor and bravery and also deceit and evil. In the beginning of the play blood is something of honor and bravery and symbolizes good and victory. The blood on MacBeth's sword after the war shows him to be a brave hero because of the enemy he killed. He is known as "Brave MacBeth" to everyone including King Duncan. His bravery earns him the title of Thane of Cawdor, because the thane of Cawdor was
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