- زمان مطالعه 5 دقیقه
- سطح خیلی سخت
دانلود اپلیکیشن «زیبوک»
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ACT FIVE SCENE ONE
(A room in Macbeth’s castle at Dunsinane. Enter a doctor and Lady Macbeth’s serving-woman) Doctor: I have sat here with you for two nights now. Are you sure that Lady Macbeth walks in her sleep?
Woman: Since the King left for battle, my lady has done many strange things. I have seen her get up, put on her night-gown and unlock her cupboard. She takes out some paper and writes a letter, but all this time she is asleep. Then, without waking, she goes back to bed.
Doctor: Her mind must be very troubled. People who walk in their sleep are often ill. I wonder what is troubling her. Does she ever speak? What have you heard her say?
Woman: Words that I dare not repeat, sir.
Doctor: If you tell me, perhaps I can help her.
Woman: No, sir. I was here with her alone. I cannot prove the truth of what I say. You might not believe me.
(Enter Lady Macbeth, carrying a lit candle)
See, she is coming now. And look, sir, she is fast asleep. Watch her, but say nothing.
Doctor: Where did she get the candle from?
Woman: My lady always has a candle in her room at night. It is her order.
Doctor: Look! Her eyes are open.
Woman: But she sees nothing.
(Lady Macbeth puts down the candle. She looks at her hands)
Doctor: What is she doing now? Why is she rubbing her hands together?
Woman: She thinks that she is washing them. She sometimes does that for a quarter of an hour.
Lady Macbeth: No, they are not clean yet. There’s still a red spot here.
Doctor: She is speaking! I must write down everything she says.
Lady Macbeth: Yes, just one spot of blood. Oh, that will damn me! Away, damned spot, away! I must wash it off, I must. One, two - the bell strikes and it is time to do it. Oh, Hell is dark - how black it is! For shame, my lord. A soldier who’s afraid? Afraid? What for? Who will dare question us? We are too powerful. Yet that old man had so much blood in him, so much blood. I could not believe it.
Doctor: Did you hear that?
Lady Macbeth: The Thane of Fife had a wife. Where is she now? Will I never get my hands clean? That’s enough, my lord. Enough of that. You will ruin everything by acting like a coward.
Doctor: Dear, dear. You have known what you should not know.
Woman: She has said things that should be secret. Only Heaven knows all she knows.
Lady Macbeth: The blood’s still on my hands. I can smell it! All the sweet perfumes of the East cannot take that smell away. Oh, oh, oh!
Doctor: What a deep sigh. Her heart is very troubled.
Woman: I would not have her troubled heart, even to be a queen.
Doctor: I do not have the skill to cure this illness. But I have known of people who walked in their sleep, but still died peacefully at the end of their lives.
Lady Macbeth: Wash your hands. Put on your night-gown. Don’t look so afraid. I tell you again. Banquo is in his grave, he cannot come out of it.
Doctor: She speaks of that death too!
Lady Macbeth: To bed, to bed. Someone’s knocking at the gate. Come, come, come, give me your hand. What’s done cannot be undone. To bed, to bed, to bed!
(Exit Lady Macbeth, with the candle)
Doctor: Will she go back to bed?
Woman: Yes, straight away.
Doctor: Many strange things are being said. Unnatural deeds lead to unnatural troubles. People who are sick in mind, often reveal their secrets. She needs help from Heaven, not from me. God, God forgive us all. Look after her and keep her safe and quiet. The lady’s words have troubled my own heart. I dare not speak my thoughts and so, good night.
Woman: Good night, good doctor.
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