Restaurant menus, as we know them today, are a relatively new phenomenon. Food historians tell us they were a "byproduct" of the French Revolution. Before the emergence of the restaurant, a menu had always been a list of all those foods to be served during a particular meal as at a banquet today.
Explanatory notes below for Act 1, Scene 7 From Macbeth. Line numbers have been altered. Here for the last time we see Macbeth a free man, still capable of choice between good and evil. The conflict rages in his soul, and it seems as if the powers of good were triumphing, when Lady Macbeth enters.
Instantly she throws into the scale all the weight of her influence, backed by a relentless decision to contemplate nothing but the immediate necessity for action. Macbeth wavers for an instant, and then, not so much overpersuaded, as stung into action by the taunts of his wife, plunges headlong into the crime.
From this time till the end of the play Macbeth is no longer Undaunted courage timeline free man. All his remaining actions spring by the logical necessity of crime from his first deed of blood. Note the double meaning of "done" in this line: The antecedent is probably "consequence" in the preceding line.
The passage may be paraphrased thus: But here, only here. Bloody instructions, lessons in bloodshed. Strong both, both strong arguments. This figure of a messenger seated upon the wind calls up a confused memory of a verse of the Bible Psalms, xviii.
The angel is represented like a royal messenger riding post, i. See Textual Notes, p. The figure is taken from a burst of rain which lays the wind. I have no spur.
He thinks of his purpose to murder Duncan as a charger; but he has no spur, i. Instantly the figure changes and his ambition is pictured as a rider springing into his saddle, who overleaps himself and falls on the other side of his steed.
Macbeth means that his ambition to be king would, if it led him to murder Duncan, carry him too far. An accented syllable is missing in the third foot.
Some editors have wished to supply "side"; but it is better to think of the speech as interrupted by the entrance of Lady Macbeth.
Why have you left the chamber? Macbeth, conscious of his guilty wish, has been unable to remain in the presence of his benefactor. Duncan has noticed his absence and asked for him. Lady Macbeth, under the pretense of recalling him to the banquet, comes to confirm him in his purpose. Her speeches in this scene should be most carefully studied.
She taunts him first with irresolution and lack of love for her. She charges him with cowardice, — the bitterest possible charge for a soldier to endure from the woman he loves. She appeals to him to keep the vow he has sworn, and declares that she would have stopped at no crime if she had taken such an oath.
Finally seeing that the chief, perhaps the only, cause that holds Macbeth back from the deed is a fear, not only of failure in the attempt, but of the consequences in case of its accomplishment, she points out a plan by which the murder may be safely committed and the consequences shifted upon the shoulders of others.
The latter figure is caught from his own phrase of "wearing" golden opinions" in the preceding speech. At what it did so freely, at what it, i. Such, so "green and pale"; i. She declares that she will henceforth consider his love for her no stronger nor more enduring than his weak ambition for the crown.Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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