Word Cloud for "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.

Word Cloud for "Macbeth"



This book was authored by William Shakespeare. (1564 - 1616)

Area, genre or subject: Scotland -- Drama.






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The Bag of Words In "Macbeth" (Main Words):


state gainst whence comfort report double words become seemes terrible pronounce present former title mans thrice sound stay takes downe heauie hope yeeld feares murther wrought toward free forth away dearest left receiue safe hast hide hence fall light true desire comming attend play high powre tongue golden fate fatall fill natures feele comes innocent nights businesse returne towards strong prythee giuen while performe last truth houre spend strike eyes world daggers laugh knocking least faith english remember makes command broke rise grace violent sorrow fight meet neere friends bene cause sonne issue health certaine something fleans keepes minde note since flye fled lord whole often sweet diuell fire macduffe tyrant answer cauldron bubble knowes sword

king leaue honor fell cawdor hang liue here doth hand thus seene once shalt seeme royall liues within earth breath rest beare call thine vnder might other highnesse throw thing welcome knowne hold name after mortall thought rather almost himselfe duncan shake dayes euer ayre gentle does borne deed none bring false heard thoughts three drinke about death father little shew stand first gracious power better best tyrants woman wood

enter with this like good haile thou that their nature vpon from macbeth well which bloody till these must they were cannot should speake things strange great where most thane against would more shall what hath noble giue without selfe haue very sleepe night though come make looke each your thee feare into will then banquo tell know such when nothing euery them before onely worthy those both lesse whose heart thinke life beene finde whom euen loue full done there owne take else made being keepe heauen still mine could heere dare poore much blood time some heare againe pray many neuer



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