I chose this picture as i feel that it shows what Lady Macbeth is going through. Even though technically Macbeth was the one that killed Duncan, without Lady Macbeth he could have never done so. Because of this, on the inside, Lady Macbeth knows that the King's blood is also on her hands, which could later on make her feel guilty. This guilt could then manifest itself into paranoia and eventually insanity later on in the play.

"Trapped" How Minnie must have felt when she realized what she did to her husband. She knew she would look like a cold hearted murderer to the men who would pass judgement on her.

How you cannot win if you're a woman. Look like a woman, and you'll always be wrong.

How Society Polices Women’s Clothing (No Matter What We Wear) <<< it's really sad how true this is

I chose this picture as i felt that it showed one of the more subtle themes in Macbeth: the issue of gender. Lady Macbeth and other characters speak multiple times about characteristics associated with each gender, and how they allow as well as prevent them from performing certain acts. This picture relates to the quote chosen as the person is "unsexed": a genderless being with none of the weaknesses of either gender.

I chose this picture because I felt that one issue in the book was gender. lady Macbeth speaks many times about how Macbeth isn't manly enough. At times in the book I thought that Lady Macbeth was more manly then Macbeth.

"False face must hide what the false heart doth know"    I chose this quote alongside this picture as i feel that it shows one of the major ideas in Macbeth: You can never really trust what a person's real intentions are from what they show on their face. This idea is shown from the beginning with the former Thane of Cawdor, as well as later on when Macbeth kills his beloved king,

"False face must hide what the false heart doth know" I chose this quote…

Dread Locks girs x Pantone Marsala color by Nikisgroove on Etsy

Dread Locks girs x Pantone Marsala color par Nikisgroove sur Etsy

I chose this picture as i felt that it symbolises Macbeth's moral question of what is good and what is evil. This picture represents this as it uses black, white and grey. Macbeth's moral dilemma is that he struggles to define what is good (white)and what is evil (black), leaving him in a strange and undefined grey zone.

Neurons Firing Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Steve Martinez

I chose this picture as i felt that it symbolises Macbeth's moral question of what is good and what is evil. This picture represents this as it uses black, white and grey. Macbeth's moral dilemma is that he struggles to define what is good (white)and what is evil (black), leaving him in a strange and undefined grey zone.

draw the squad (pls tag me if u use it lmao i wanna see)

kit-katsuki: “ draw the squad (pls tag me if u use it lmao i wanna see) ”---- my first born for who ever draws prucan and the BTT like that.

murder

murder

Basil Rathbone ~ Sherlock Holmes. The original, but not the best.  But nothing like old school

Basil Rathbone as the BEST Sherlock Holmes. Loved those old movies with Nigel Bruce as Dr Watson.

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