Macbeth

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What techniques does Shakespeare use to engage his audience in Act 2 Scene 2?
Sound Effects. Short Sentences. Asides. Blood. Dramatic imagery. Quick exchanges. Aggressive responses from LM.
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How is Macbeth described at the start of the play?
'Brave Macbeth', 'We love him highly', 'full of the milk of human kindness'
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Name some of the key quotes from the witches in Act 1:
'Fair is foul and foul is fair', 'All hail Macbeth, that shalt be King hereafter', 'Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none.'
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What are the witches 3 prophecies in Act 1, Scene 3?
Thane of Glamis, Thane of Cawdor, King.
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What excuses does Macbeth give in Act 1 Scene 7?
There are consequences in Heaven which he is afraid of; what goes around, comes around - he knows people will find out eventually; he thinks he will get caught; he is only doing it because of ambition; he should be protecting the king not killing him
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How is Macbeth described at the start of the play?

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'Brave Macbeth', 'We love him highly', 'full of the milk of human kindness'

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Name some of the key quotes from the witches in Act 1:

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What are the witches 3 prophecies in Act 1, Scene 3?

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What excuses does Macbeth give in Act 1 Scene 7?

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Shire.Barre

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