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    • macbeth
      • divine right of kings
        • when god chooses the king.
        • by the grace of god still exists in the name of the king/queen.
        • king should follow god's rules
      • king James was scared of witches
      • the play is about ambition.
      • Shakespeare used trochaic tetrameter to suggest supernatural elements in his plays
      • something that is used a lot is pathetic fallacy which is the attribution of human feelings and responses to inanimate things or animals
      • act 1
        • scene 1
          • context
            • tragic hero, supernatural and supernatural aid.
            • tragic hero, supernatural and supernatural aid.
            • divine right of kings and hamartia
          • tragic hero, supernatural and supernatural aid.
        • scene 3
          • tragic hero, supernatural and supernatural aid.
        • scene 4
          • divine right of kings and hamartia
        • scene 5
          • divine right of kings.
        • key quotations
          • scene 1
            • when shall we meet again in thunder lighting, or rain
            • hover through thee fog and filthy air
          • scene 2
            • o valiant cousin (referring to Macbeth)
            • for brave macbeth
            • the merciless macdon wald-worthy to be a rebel
            • worthy gentlemen
          • scene 3
            • if chants will make me king
              • wheel of fortune
            • so foul and fair a day i have not seen
          • scene 4
            • the price of Cumberland that is a step on which i must fall down or else o'er leap over
          • scene 5
            • the raven himself is hoarse.
            • the fatal entrance under my battlements
          • scene 6
            • to make their audit at your highness pleasure still on your return.
          • scene 7
            • bloody instructions
            • vaulting ambition
      • summary
        • act 1
          • scene 1
            • the witches want to meet Macbeth. three witches talk about when and where to meet again
          • scene 2
            • Duncan and the captain are praising Macbeth for winning the battle
          • scene 3
            • the three witches saying about his future that Macbeth are going to be thane of cawdor and then king
          • scene 4
            • king Duncan says to all of the lords that malcolm is going to be king Duncan's heir and Macbeth is pushed aside and the messenger to say to lady Macbeth that Duncan is coming for the night.
          • scene 5
            • first appearance of lady Macbeth as she is wanting power and lady Macbeth is wanting to kill King Duncan
          • scene 6
            • Duncan has arrived at lady Macbeth and Macbeth's castle.
          • scene 7
            • Macbeth's soliloquy is saying to not kill the king whilst lady Macbeth is trying to push Macbeth to kill the king
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    • New paragraph structure
      • One way the _______is presented in this extract is through the use of_____.__________(Quotation).The____(verb,adverb or Pathetic fallacy)_____(Quotation.
    • The old man is implying that God is always there and he knows what happened.

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