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Macbeth
      
"There's Daggers in Men's Smiles."
Macbeth
      
"What's Done is Done."
Lady Macbeth: Things without all remedyShould be without regard; what's done is done.Macbeth, 3.2
Macbeth
      
"I Dare Do All That May Become a Man; Who Dares Do More is None."
Macbeth
      
"Fair is Foul, and Foul is Fair."
Macbeth
      
"I Bear a Charmed Life."
Macbeth
      
"Yet Do I Fear Thy Nature; It is Too Full O' the Milk of Human Kindness."
Macbeth
      
"Double, Double Toil and Trouble; Fire Burn, and Cauldron Bubble."
Macbeth
      
"Out, Damned Spot! Out, I Say!"
Macbeth
      
"All the Perfumes of Arabia Will Not Sweeten This Little Hand."
Said Lady Macbeth after she killed DUncan.
Macbeth
      
"If Chance Will Have Me King, Why, Chance May Crown Me."
Macbeth
      
"Look Like the Innocent Flower, but Be the Serpent Under 't."
Macbeth
      
"I Have No Spur to Prick the Sides of My Intent, but Only Vaulting Ambition, Which O'erleaps Itself, and Falls on the Other."
Macbeth
      
"Is This a Dagger Which I See Before Me, The Handle Toward My Hand?"
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Macbeth
Dmitri Shostakovich
   composed the opera   
The Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District
Known for its role in the history of censorship by the Communist Party in 1936
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Macbeth
Features a large female chorus of witches singing in 3-part harmony
Macbeth
   is a   
Tragic Play
Lady Macduff
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Macduff
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Nobleman of Scotland
Lady Macbeth
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Malcolm
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Son of Duncan
Banquo
   is a character in   
Macbeth
General of the King's Army
Lennox
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Nobleman of Scotland
Duncan
   is a character in   
Macbeth
King of Scotland
Siward
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Earl of Northumberland, General of English Forces
Seyton
   is a character in   
Macbeth
An Officer Attending on Macduff
Menteith
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Nobleman of Scotland
Angus
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Nobleman of Scotland
Young Siward
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Siward's Son
Caithness
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Nobleman of Scotland
Donalbain
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Son of Duncan
Hecate
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Fleance
   is a character in   
Macbeth
Son to Banquo
Macbeth
   begins   
"When Shall We Three Meet Again, In Thunder, Lightning, or in Rain?"
When shall we three meet again In thunder, lightning, or in rain?
Macbeth
   ends   
"So, Thanks to All at Once and to Each One, Whom We Invite to See Us Crown'd at Scone."
We shall not spend a large expense of time Before we reckon with your several loves, And make us even with you. My thanes and kinsmen, Henceforth be earls, the first that ever Scotland In such an honour named. What's more to do, Which would be planted newly with the time, As calling home our exiled friends abroad That fled the snares of watchful tyranny; Producing forth the cruel ministers Of this dead butcher and his fiend-like queen, Who, as 'tis thought, by self and violent hands Took off her life; this, and what needful else That calls upon us, by the grace of Grace, We will perform in measure, time and place: So, thanks to all at once and to each one, Whom we invite to see us crown'd at Scone.
1888
   the winner was   
Macbeth II
George Covington
Banquo, Macduff, Duncan
   are all   
Characters in Macbeth
Shakespeare's Macbeth Was a Real Person
   is   
True
3
   is the number of   
Witches in Macbeth
Macbeth
   features in   
Macbeth
Baritone title role in Verdi opera of 1847
Lady Macbeth
   features in   
Macbeth
Soprano
Banquo
   features in   
Macbeth
Bass
Macduff
   features in   
Macbeth
Tenor
King Duncan
   features in   
Macbeth
King of Scotland; silent role
Macbeth
   was choreographed by   
Louis Henri
First premiered in 1830. Music by Cesare Pugni.
By the Pricking of My Thumbs by Agatha Christie
   was titled from the literary source   
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
   was titled from the literary source   
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
MacBeth
   is played by Orson Welles in   
MacBeth (1948)
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Macbeth
From Shakespeare's play.






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