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Macbeth - William Shakespeare

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Transcript of Macbeth - William Shakespeare

Macbeth - William Shakespeare
Scene I
Scene II
Scene III
Conclusion
Shakespeare
Quotes # 1 & 2
#1
Three witches
'Fair is foul, and foul is fair'.
Themes, motifs and symbols
Themes
Masculinity
ambition
supernatural
Motifs
Prophecy
Murders
Symbols
Weather
Blood

Summary
Important Quotes
Shakespeare's Life
Quotes # 3 & 4
Macbeth
Lady Macbeth
- Macbeth's wife
- ambitious
- strong attachment
The three Witches
Banquo
King Duncan
Macduff
Malcolm
Others
- Hecate
- Fleance
- Lennox
- Ross
- The murderers
- Porter
- Lady Macduff
- Donalbain
Scene IV
Scene V
Scene VI
Scene VII
1564
1616
1582
1583
1585
1596
1601
1608
1564: Shakespeare was born
1582: Shakespeare's marriage
1583: Shakespeare's first child
1585: Shakespeare's second and third child
1596: Shakespeare's son died
1601-1608: Shakespeare's most famous tragedies
1616: Shakespeare died
#2
Banquo
'If you can look into the seeds of time,
and say which grain will grow and which will not,
speak then to me'.

#3
Lady Macbeth
'The raven himself is hoarse
that croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan.
Under my battlements. Come, you spirits
that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here,
and fill me from the crown to the toe top-full
of direst cruelty'.

#4
Macbeth
'I dare do all that may become a man,
who dares do more, is none'.

- brave soldier, powerful man
- violence

- identity keeps unclear
- mischief

- brave
- children inherit Schottish throne
- ambitious
-
- murdered by Macbeth
- virtuous ruler
- leader of the crusade

- son of Duncan
- serious challenge to Macbeth
- appears weak and uncertain
Main characters
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