The thunder is symbolic of darkness and gives the audience the first impression that the play will not be ordinary There are moments when the figure onstage momentarily becomes aware of the world beyond his isolated tragedy.
Blood appears in nearly every scene, if not physically then at least as an idea. Macbeth begins the play as a noble and loyal servant of King Duncan.
There is also He imagines the blood from the murder staining the ocean red. Throughout the play, as the body count adds up, both Macbeth and lady Macbeth Begin to hallucinate. Macbeth depends heavily on