Macbeth

Macbeth
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HarperCollins is proud to present a range of best-loved, essential classics.'Stars, hide your fires! Let not light see my black and deep desires.'One of Shakespeare's darkest and most violent tragedies, Macbeth's struggle between his own ambition and his loyalty to the King is dramatically compelling. As those he kills return to haunt him, Macbeth is plagued by the prophecy of three sinister witches and the power hungry desires of his wife.

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William Shakespeare. Macbeth

Prefatory Note

Table of Contents

The Theatre in Shakespeare’s Day

The Development of the Theatre up to Shakespeare’s Time

Shakespeare’s Actors

The Structure of the Public Theatre

Other Resources of the Elizabethan Theatre

Shakespeare: A Timeline

Life & Times. William Shakespeare the Playwright

Money in Shakespeare’s Day

INTRODUCTION

The Language of the Play

Plot

ACT I

ACT II

ACT III

ACT IV

ACT V

Characterization

Dramatic Structure and the Thematic Pattern

LIST OF CHARACTERS

Scene I

ACT I SCENE I

Scene II

SCENE II

Scene III

SCENE III

Scene IV

SCENE IV

Scene V

SCENE V

Scene VI

SCENE VI

Scene VII

SCENE VII

Scene I

ACT II SCENE I

Scene II

SCENE II

Scene III

SCENE III

Scene IV

SCENE IV

Scene I

ACT III SCENE I

Scene II

SCENE II

Scene III

SCENE III

Scene IV

SCENE IV

Scene V

SCENE V

Scene VI

SCENE VI

Scene I

ACT IV SCENE I

Scene II

SCENE II

Scene III

SCENE III

Scene I

ACT V SCENE I

Scene II

SCENE II

Scene III

SCENE III

Scene IV

SCENE IV

Scene V

SCENE V

Scene VI

SCENE VI

Scene VII

SCENE VII

Scene VIII

SCENE VIII

SUMMING UP

THEME INDEX

Contrast

Ambiguity

Shakespeare: Words and Phrases

Copyright

About the Publisher

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This Shakespeare play uses the full Alexander text. By keeping in mind the fact that the language has changed considerably in four hundred years, as have customs, jokes, and stage conventions, the editors have aimed at helping the modern reader – whether English is their mother tongue or not – to grasp the full significance of the play. The Notes, intended primarily for examination candidates, are presented in a simple, direct style. The needs of those unfamiliar with British culture have been specially considered.

Since quiet study of the printed word is unlikely to bring fully to life plays that were written directly for the public theatre, attention has been drawn to dramatic effects which are important in performance. The editors see Shakespeare’s plays as living works of art which can be enjoyed today on stage, film and television in many parts of the world.

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But under heavy judgment bears that life 110

Which he deserves to lose. Whether he was combin’d

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