The demonstration of corruption in the story of macbeth

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The demonstration of corruption in the story of macbeth

In whom my heart took pleasure amongst womenOne in the whole creation, and in her You dared to be my rival.

The demonstration of corruption in the story of macbeth

Now we are king, she'll leave the lower path And find the way to us. Helvetius, It is thy daughter. Happier than a king And far above him, for she kneels to thee Whom we have kneeled to, richer in one smile That came from her than she in all thy blessings!

If thou be'st proud, thou art to be forgiven; It is no deadly sin in thee. While she lives, High lust is not more natural to youth Than that to thee: There is no gladness But has a pride it lives by--that's the oil That feeds it into flames.

Let her be sent for, And honourably attended, as beseems Her that we make our queen. My [lords] Memphonius And Sophonirus, take into your care The royal business of my heart. Conduct her With a respect equal with that to us.

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If more, it shall be pardon'd; so still err. You honour us, but ourself honours her. Does he make his queen of her? I could be but her subject; so I'm now. I allow her her one friend to stop her mouth And keep her quiet; give him his table free, And the huge feeding of his great stone-horse With which he rides in pomp about the city Only to speak to gallants in bay-windows.

Marryhis lodging he pays dearly for: He gets me all my children; there I save by't. Beside, I draw my life out by the bargain Some twelve years longer than the times appointed, When my young prodigal gallant kicks up's heels At one and thirty, and lies dead and rotten Some five and forty years before I'm coffined.

Nay, more, a husband's sure To have his children all of one man's getting, And he that performs best can have no better. I'm e'en as happy then that save a labour.

Thy honours with thy daughter's love shall rise; I shall read thy deservings in her eyes. Oh, she's a woman, and her eye will stand Upon advancement, never weary yonder ; But when she turns her head by chance and sees The fortunes that are my companions, She'll snatch her eyes off, and repent the looking.

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