- زمان مطالعه 2 دقیقه
- سطح ساده
دانلود اپلیکیشن «زیبوک»
این فصل را میتوانید به بهترین شکل و با امکانات عالی در اپلیکیشن «زیبوک» بخوانید
متن انگلیسی فصل
ACT FIVE SCENE SEVEN
(Macbeth comes out from Dunsinane castle)
Macbeth: I am like a bear, tied to a stake and made to fight. Where’s the man not born of woman? I must fear only him - no other one.
(Enter Young Siward, Siward’s son)
Young Siward: What is your name?
Macbeth: You’d be afraid to hear it.
Young Siward: No. Even though your name is hotter than the name of any devil burning in the fires of Hell.
Macbeth: My name’s Macbeth.
Young Siward: The Devil himself could not say a name I hated more.
Macbeth: Or were more afraid to hear!
Young Siward: I’ll prove that is not true, you hated tyrant! I’ll prove it with my sword!
(They fight and Young Siward is killed)
Macbeth: The spirits told the truth. No man has power enough to kill me. You cannot do me harm. You were of woman born so said the witches’ charm.
(Exit Macbeth. The sound of more fighting. Enter Macduff)
Macduff: The sound of fighting is much louder here. Tyrant, show your face! If you are killed, but by another man, the ghosts of my dear wife and my dear children will never leave me. I have made up my mind. I will kill no more, until I find the tyrant. I hear the sound of fighting louder still. I feel Macbeth is near. Let me find him, Heaven! That is all I ask.
(Exit Macduff. Enter Malcolm and Siward)
Siward: This way, my lord. Great Dunsinane is yours. Many of the tyrant’s men have left him. They fight with us, beside your worthy thanes. In a short time, the victory will be yours.
Malcolm: The tyrant’s men have fought beside me too. Siward: Noble sir, enter your royal castle!
(Malcolm and Siward enter Dunsinane Castle)
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