Macbeth (Saddleback Classics) by Brady Timoney, William Shakespeare

By Brady Timoney, William Shakespeare

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MACBETH: Oh! I almost forgot. Do not wonder at me, my worthy friends. I have a strange illness, which is nothing To those who know me. Come, love and health to you all! Give me some wine, a full glass. I drink to the joy of the whole table, and to Our dear friend Banquo, whom we miss. We drink to all and to him! LORDS: To the joy of all! ) MACBETH (to the ghost): Quit my sight! Let the earth hide you! Your bones have No marrow. Your blood is cold. Those glaring eyes cannot see! LADY MACBETH: Think of this, good lords, As just a sad ailment.

MACBETH: Can you forgive? Are you so Good that you can pray for him When his heavy hand has ruined you And made beggars of your own children? 39 Macbeth 09/13/06 8:17 PM Page 40 MACBETH 1: We are men, my lord. MACBETH: Yes, in the list of species, You are described as men, Just as hounds, greyhounds, mongrels, Spaniels, curs, waterdogs, and wolves are All called by the name of dogs. The best kind of list tells the difference Between the swift, the slow, the wild, The housedog, the hunter. Each one has A special gift granted by nature.

Treason has done his worst. Nothing can touch him further. LADY MACBETH: Come on, my gentle lord. Sleek over your rugged looks. Be bright and happy with our guests tonight. MACBETH: I shall, my love. 42 Macbeth 09/13/06 8:17 PM Page 43 Act 3 • Scene 2 And so, I hope, shall you. Let your attention be given to Banquo. Show him honor, both with your eyes And with your words. For a while yet, We are unsafe. We must make our faces Masks to our hearts, disguising them. LADY MACBETH: You must stop this.

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