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Shakespeare Sunday | 070117

“Let every man be master of his time.” Macbeth in The Scottish Play by the Shakespeare

Let’s have some context to the whole thing, this is from Act 3 Scene 1 just after Banquo exists the room to go on the ride with his son. 143 more words

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The Lady in the Scottish Play: Vaulting Ambition: Lady Macbeth a Source of Power

Despite not being the hero (or heroine), Lady Macbeth is the most compelling and dynamic character in William Shakespeare’s tragic drama, Macbeth. At different times during the play, Lady Macbeth is the driving force behind Macbeth’s ascension to the throne. 1,184 more words

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Book Review: Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Title: Macbeth
Author: William Shakespeare
Genre: Classics / Tragedy
Date: 2008 (1606)
Publisher: Oxford World’s Classics
Pages: 311
Started: 14th October 2017
Completed: 14th October 2017… 639 more words

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Three Witches for Halloween


Henry Fuseli, a Swiss artist, painted “The Three Witches” from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” in 1782. They look surprisingly modern to me. They look like they know unspeakable things, and their mouths are set as though they’re not about to tell all they know. 346 more words

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Shakespeare Sunday | 291017

“Double, double toil and trouble, Fire burn, and cauldron bubble” The Scottish Play, by of course, Shakespeare.

To find out more about why I call *looks both ways* Macbeth  165 more words

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Evening Star Productions' 'Sol After Dark' presents MACBETH - October 26th - 28th Only!

Evening Star Productions
presents
Sol After Dark’s
Premiere Production:
Macbeth
October 26 – 28

For Immediate Release
Contact: Rosalie Grant
info@eveningstarproductions.org / 561-447-8829
Contact:  Carol Kassie… 611 more words

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Shakespeare Sunday | 200817

“I drink to the general joy of the whole table” Macb The Scottish Play, Shakespeare.

By far my favourite play from the Bard. I read it, saw all film/tv variations of the time, and anything related to it during my time at school preparing for GCSEs. 288 more words

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