Macbeth Blood Quiz

True or False? Blood, signifies that the essence of the victims’ life have left; and, it symbolizes the loss of true humanness in Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, who are responsible for the murders. True
True or False?A consequence of their bloody deeds, is Macbeth sees ghosts and Lady Macbeth envisions spots on the stairs that will not wash away. False, Because spots are on her hands.
True or False? There is a lot of imagery of blood, the horror of Macbeth’s bloody deeds leaves a lasting effect on the audience as they realize the terrible evil of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. True
True or False? There is blood during the whole play True
True or False? The play starts with blood but does not end with blood False, The play starts and ends with blood.
Who said this line? “Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee. Macbeth
True or False? “make thick my blood; / Stop up the access and passage to remorse” (Act 1 Scene 5.43-44). Thin blood was considered wholesome, and it was thought that poison made blood thick. Lady Macbeth wants to poison her own soul, so that she can kill without remorse. True
True or False? “What bloody man is that?” (1.2.1). In these, the opening words of the play’s second scene, King Duncan asks about a sergeant. T The sergeant’s telling of the story is in itself heroic, because his loss of blood has made him weak. True
True or False? Blood itself — the color, the smell, and importance — is vital to life and shocking to see. The constant presence of blood in Macbeth repeatedly reminds the audience about how serious the consequences of the characters actions are. True
True or False? Macduff and his family end up safe and happy at the end of the play. False

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