Imagery in Macbeth
Act II - Scene III 1
"Who can be wise, amazed, temperate and furious,(120) Loyal and neutral, in a moment?..." See in text (Act II - Scene III)
Compare this short speech with Macbeth's earlier one in lines 99-104. Whereas earlier he appeared genuine, here the word choice and poor imagery help to illustrate Macbeth's hypocrisy.