(Part 1)..“ Stars, hide your fires, let not light see my black and deep desires, the eye wink at the hand. Yet let that be, which the eye fears when it is done to see.” A sense of irony is conveyed through this quote as the king first invests all those worthy of his thanks with, “ signs of nobleness, like stars.”A few lines later Macbeth, furious at the appointment of Malcolm as Prince of Cumberland, says to himself the words,

(Part 1)..“ Stars, hide your fires, let not light see my black and deep desires, the eye wink at the hand. Yet let that be, which the eye fears when it is done to see.” A sense of irony is conveyed through this quote as the king first invests all those worthy of his thanks with, “ signs of nobleness, like stars.”A few lines later Macbeth, furious at the appointment of Malcolm as Prince of Cumberland, says to himself the words,

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