The opening of Macbeth stands in contrast with that of Hamlet. In the latter, there is a gradual ascent from the simplest forms of conversation to the language of impassioned Intellect,—yet still the Intellect remaining the seat of passion: in the Macbeth, the invocation is at once made to the Imagination and the emotions connected therewith....
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