• anonymous
I NEED HELP PLEASE! After reading Scene V, you will have discovered Lady Macbeth’s important soliloquy in which she pleads that the spirits “unsex” her. Take Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy beginning with “The raven himself is hoarse” (1.5.39) and ending with “Hold, hold!” (1.5.55) and rewrite it in your own words. Use contemporary language and references while being faithful to the ideas of the original. Limit to 15 lines.
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  • anonymous
Well I will not write it for you but I can assist. I have read the whole play and have found that in that plea she is asking the spirits to make her evil like a man "unsex her" she doesn't want to feel guilt or remorse for her actions she just wants to be able to get it done

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