One famous movie line is, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning." The quote comes from "Apocalypse Now" and is spoken by Robert Duvall.
Lady Macbeth accounts for Macbeth's behavior in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," by saying that he has had this kind of behavior since he was child, and even has seizures during these moments. She essentially tries to explain his behavior away as a mental illness. This occurs during Act 3, Scene 4,
The damned spot that Lady Macbeth refers to is King Duncan's blood, in William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth." The play is a tragedy that is also known by its complete title, "The Tragedy of Macbeth." It is the shortest tragedy written by Shakespeare.
At the end of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth commits suicide, Macduff kills Macbeth and Malcolm is hailed King of Scotland. Throughout the 11 scenes in Act V, Macbeth and his wife show that their sanity has been compromised while Macduff, Malcolm and an English-Scottish coalition prepare to war against the c
William Shakespeare wrote "Macbeth" in England in 1606. The tragedy was first published in 1636, and it was set in the 11th century in the Middle Ages.
The three witches, also known as the Weird Sisters, who appear in "Macbeth" are important to the play as a catalyst that propels Macbeth to pursue his ambition to become king. The witches are also important to the play as symbols of fate, temptation, evil and the supernatural.
Some of the most famous lines from American classic movies are "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," from "Gone With the Wind"; "I'll be back," from "The Terminator"; "My mama always said, 'Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get'," from "Forrest Gump"; "Of all the
Shakespeare's "Macbeth" is a play that tells the story of a Scottish general named Macbeth, who kills the King of Scotland after three witches tell him he is destined to become king of Scotland. Ruled by fear of losing the throne, Macbeth kills more people to keep the throne. A civil war ensues, and
In Act 1, scene 2 of "Macbeth," Scotland is at war with the Irish under Macdonwald. Banquo and his fellow Scot general Macbeth, who personally defeated Macdonwald himself, are praised before King Duncan for their bravery and skill. The king also receives news that the thane of Cawdor has been defeat
In Act III of "Macbeth," the title character comes to realize he is trapped by the witches' prophecy in what he calls a "fruitless reign." Driven by a paranoid desire to secure his crown, which was gained through murder, Macbeth plots yet more killing and dispatches murderers to slay his friend Banq