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Late Night With Macbeth In Shakespeares play Macbeth darkness and night play a major role Many deaths and other major events occur during this time Macbeth is overwhelmed by power and feels he is unstoppable There is something about the absence of light that makes people act different Macbeth fell into this category and sees he is not the same man he usually is during the day Macbeth is at his best and his worse during this time period Dependent on darkness guiltfull disorder and surrounding effects The life of Macbeth and his wife revolved around darkness Macbeth depends heavily on darkness Most of his actions occur during the night Macbeth uses this time to cover his evil actions and intentions He and Lady Macbeth plot and plan their evil deeds at night so heaven can not see their doings The darkness it self also assists their planning Come thick night And pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell That my keen knife see not the wound it makes Nor heaven peep through the blanket of dark 15 48-51 The only way Lady Macbeth sees she can complete her deeds is with the help of hell and darkness Macbeth and Lady Macbeth fell that if there were no darkness their plans would never arise Guilt is a felling of remorse when you have done something wrong and can not get it off your mind It will haunt you until something is done about it guilt may be the worst felling that can be felt by a person Disorder is felt when you do not understand your surroundings the most common items will seem confusing There are many examples of guilt and disorder in Shakespeares play Macbeth Macbeth and his wife are unable to sleep at night because of their felling of guilt Macbeth says I have murdered
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