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Published by Tynron P. .
Written in English


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Pagination19cm.71. n.e.
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22534336M
ISBN 101871948843
OCLC/WorldCa154677703

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When Macbeth hears the Witches’ final prediction, he is tormented by the vision of Banquo’s children ruling instead of him, but he still doesn’t understand that the Witches are not on his side. He sees their predictions that he can’t be defeated until Birnam Wood moves and that he can’t be killed except by a man not born of a woman as.

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The last scene in the play, where Malcolm blesses all who have fought nobly on his side and promises to punish all who helped the traitors, is eerily reminiscent of the first scene with his father, Duncan.

Is this play commenting that it's just. Macbeth fears that Banquo's children will end up with the throne and he doesn't want that to happen. Why does Macbeth hire murderers to kill Banquo. He is already guilty enough from killing Duncan and doesn't want to have more guilt by killing his friend Banquo.

Macbeth echoes Lady Macbeth’s words when he questions the manhood of the murderers he has hired to kill Banquo, and after Macduff’s wife and children are killed, Malcolm urges Macduff to take the news with manly reserve and to devote himself to the destruction of Macbeth, his family’s murderer.

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Macduff 8. The witches. The goddess of the witches He believes Malcolm doesn’t want to fight Macbeth 3. His sexual desires and greed 4. To see if Macduff is loyal File Size: KB. GCSE English Literature Paper 1: Macbeth Contents • How to revise • The exam question book covers of the play (look on google Read the following extract from Act 1, Scene 3and then answer the question that follows.

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happy b. grateful c. guilt-ridden d. tired Macbeth’s conversation with the doctor reveals that he Size: 58KB.