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Appearance vs. Reality are brought forth when Lady Macbeth tells her husband to  "Look like th'innocent flower, but be the serpent under't"(I.vi.63-64) .Through this simile and visual imagery, Lady Macbeth tells her husband to put up a facade and be nothing but welcoming and kind towards the king, all the while plotting his demise.

Appearance vs. Reality are brought forth when Lady Macbeth tells her husband to "Look like th'innocent flower, but be the serpent under't"(I.vi.63-64) .Through this simile and visual imagery, Lady Macbeth tells her husband to put up a facade and be nothing but welcoming and kind towards the king, all the while plotting his demise.

Nocturnal: The Barnetts have been battling a skin-crawling snake problem ever since they moved into their home two years ago. The snakes hide during the day and then at night they're nearly everywhere

Nocturnal: The Barnetts have been battling a skin-crawling snake problem ever since they moved into their home two years ago. The snakes hide during the day and then at night they're nearly everywhere