MACBETH, Macbeth doth Murder sleep, Shakespeare, Play, Theater, Theatre

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Joined August 2010

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2 years 26" 15.5"
4 years 30" 17.5"
6-8 years - Small 32" 21.5"
9-10 years - Medium 36" 23"
11-12 years - Large 38" 25"
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  • Plain colors are 100% Cotton, Marl/Heathers are 93% Cotton & 7% Polyester
  • Ribbed crew neck holds its shape
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Macbeth doth Murder sleep; Shakespeare

When he returns to his room after murdering the king, Macbeth is incredibly convicted feeling; he believes he hears the kings’ sons talking in their sleep, and one voice cries out, "Sleep no more! Macbeth doth Murder sleep” (II.ii.46-47). When Lady Macbeth asks her husband to clarify his meaning, he delivers these famous lines:

“Glamis hath murdered sleep, and therefore Cawdor

Shall sleep no more. Macbeth shall sleep no more.” (II.ii.54-55)

In this quote, Macbeth refers to Glamis, Cawdor, and Macbeth; all three are self-references. Macbeth was originally Thane of Glamis when the play began and was promoted to Thane of Cawdor by Duncan. Macbeth’s dialogue suggests that no matter his station, whether Thane of Glamis or possibly the future king, sleep will elude him because of his crimes.

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