Apostrophe sad and blue - Exclusive Vinyl | Newbury Comics

    Brookland Beavers - Becoming Digital Citizens
    This week we welcomed Brookland Beaver Colony to the library where they were supported by Mrs Fo... - Read more »

    To see the difference, let us consider William Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth . One of the themes of the play is ambition, and its power to corrupt. We see Macbeth strive for power and kill people in his quest. One of the motifs, on the other hand, is water and the washing of hands. Lady Macbeth famously tries to wash the blood from her hands, crying, “Out, damned spot! Out, I say!” The inability of water to cleanse the sins of Macbeth and his wife show how irredeemable they are and to what extent they have lost their morals in pursuit of their ambitions.

    Apostrophe Sad And BlueApostrophe Sad And BlueApostrophe Sad And BlueApostrophe Sad And Blue