My Perspectives: British and World Literature Grade 12, Volume One-page 294-Answers

Practice 1

Within the lines 33-39 in scene i, there is mostly the presence of iambic foot. The passage itself has the rhythm of iambic pentameter, probably due to the authors decision to have Macbeth speak as high-born people would. The stressed words in the passage are “dagger” and “heart” which help to create the dreadful tone of Macbeth before the murder of the King.

For answers to question 1, see part A.

Practice 2

In the lines 1-2 from Scene ii, “That which hath made them drunk hath made
me bold: “, (283), consists of anapestic foot.

b) the structure of the lines deliberately exploits the difference in meanings to the words “drunk” and “bold”.

c) With these lines, Lady Macbeth is admitting her boldness to alcohol and the drunken state she is in because of it. It may allude to her character not having courage while sober.

Practice 3

Refer to Chart above to answer Excerise 3 on Page 294

Refer to the Chart in Exercise 3 to complete page 294

Refer to the Chart in Exercise 3 to complete page 294

Refer to the Chart in Exercise 3 to complete page 294

Refer to the Chart in Exercise 3 to complete page 294

Refer to the Chart in Exercise 3 to complete page 294

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