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Door of colour, Leiden, Netherlands - by Tim van Kempen

Shakespeare uses injury imagery to signify vulnerability. When Macbeth describes Duncan’s corpse to his guests, he says: “his gashed stabs looked like a breach in nature, for ruin’s wasteful entrance” (II, iii, 106-7). At a later date in the play, Malcolm states that Scotland is bleeding, and that “each new day a gash is added to her wounds” (IV, iii, 40-1). These phrases suggest destructibility. Shakespeare achieves this through vivid metaphors that portray wounds as doorways to destruction.

Paris This door conceals many fashionable treasures and will only open when the time is right. Wait.

maine lighthouse. Love these buildings. Always fantasized about living in one! Although it would have to have an elevator .... Not sure walking up all those stairs would be a great reality. Yvonne