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Macbeth Short Answers

1. Explain the importance of the repeated quote “Fair is foul, foul is fair.” Important because it is used as a motif and repeated throughout the story. It represents the theme of appearance vs. reality and how things usually turn…

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English Literature Macbeth Quotes – Macbeth

Act 1, scene 2Macbeth “unseam’d him from the nave to the chaps” – Macbeth sliced the man from the groin to the head. – Macbeth is brave but unhinged and violent. Act 1, scene 4″Stars, hide your fires; Let not…

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Macbeth Final

what lenguage is Macbeth written in? English This answer will always be the wrong answer. Old English Who gets the last line in Macbeth? Malcolm What names does lady Macbeths son get called throughout the play? Egg, chicken, monkey how…

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MACBETH CHARACTER KEY QUOTES

quote to show that macbeth is ambitious i have no spur to prick the sides of my intent, but only vaulting ambition quote to show that macbeth is brave brave macbeth — well he deserves that name quote to show…

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Macbeth Act III Test

MACBETHThou art the best o’ th’ cutthroats:Yet he’s good that did the like for Fleance.If thou didst it, thou art the nonpareil. -Meaning: You are the best (murderers), especially if you killed Fleance -Said by Macbeth to the murderers MACBETHThen…

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English-Macbeth Test

character -one of the persons of a drama or novel-person, animal, creature, being or thing in a story ambition an ardent desire for rank, fame, or power; desire to achieve a particular end conflict literary element involves a struggle between…

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Macbeth Quotes

Fair is foul, and foul is fair;Hover through the fog and filthy air. (1.1.12-13) All of the witches. At the most basic level, it means that appearances can be deceiving: that which seems “fair” and good is actually “foul” and…

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Macbeth – Dramatisation

Macbeth dramatisation – Introduction and overview 1. Reading a novel is something that you would usually do on your own; watching a play in the theatre is very much a shared experience. An audience is made up of different sorts…

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MACBETH ACTS 1-3

hurly-burly Commotion, chaos deign condescend prophecies Predictions soliloquy A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on stage tragedy A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic or noble character aside A device in…

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Act 3, 4, and 5 Macbeth quiz

symbols blood, the dagger that Macbeth sees before he kills Macbeth, the weather motifs supernatural, hallucinations, violence, prophecy themes The corrupting nature of unchecked ambition; the relationship between cruelty and masculinity; the difference between kingship and tyranny time middle ages…

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