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Light DarkOutlineThesis In Macbeth Shakespeare uses light and dark to bring out the ideas of good and understanding and to show his audience the evil and hiding that take place during the playIIntoduction TomA Readers see schemes fail lead to destructionB Many themes1 Motifs2 Help tie play together reinforce themesC ThesisII Light AaronA Good Shakespere uses this motif through the play to show his audience that goodness associated with light1 DaySuna day brings good deeds comfortb nights black agents vs good of dayc heavens see upon earthd clouds-dark heavens light does not shine2 Stars shine and firesa deservers have light1 nobleness2 starsb bright angel luciferB Understanding1 Shininga understands defeat is nearb understands he should have not killed Duncan2 Lighta give light here ho1 understands who is there2 get into light goodb hide fires1 not see desires2 not understand the personIII DarkA Nature Scott1 Nights black agentsa good things leaveb bad things come2 Natures disasters happen at nighta this is all evilb happens all over3 Obscure bird clamored lifelong nighta bird is darkb takes over the light4 Come seeling nighta dark takes over the lightb light is pitiful and weak compared to darkB Witches1 Secret black and midnight hags2 Bat hath flown to hectates summonsa summons are dark and evilb bat is dark and evilc foreshadows evil to come3 Root o hemlocka for the witchesb digging in the dark has made it evilC Evil in darkness - Macbeth Michelle1 Macbeth is afraid of suna he is evilb does evil deeds2 Angels are good bright lucifer fell to hell Macbeth3 Evil deeds are done in darknessD Lady Macbeth1 Takes away the light in Duncan2 Dark coveringsa smoke of hellb heaven cannot see deedsIV Hiding TomA From other characters1 Macbeth has ambitions of being kinga stars hide firesb no one sees his plans2 Hide true ambitions from guestsB From themselves Lady Macbeth with a candleV ConclusionA Light1 Goodness2 UnderstandingB Darkness1 Evil in
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