This new edition of Macbeth for South African schools and collages has been updated to include comprehensive text notes and commentary throughout. This edition includes: an eight-page photographic gallery of scenes from various productions of the play. informative background information on Shakespeare and Elizabethan England an introduction to the play, the themes and characters a synopsis of the action in each scene line-by-line text notes giving explanations of unfamiliar words, interpretations of meanings, and stimulating commentary a selection of notes, illustrations, ideas and activities to increase your understanding of the play questions providing valuable examination practice a list of references offering suggestions for further reading and other useful resources an extensive glossary of useful words and literary terms.
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50 Macbeth Alarums American Shakespeare Center Angus Apparition birds Birnam Wood blood Caithness cauldron cousin daggers dare dead death deed Doctor Donalbain drink Drum and colors Duncan Dunsinane England Enter Lady Macbeth Enter Macbeth Enter Malcolm equivocate Exeunt Exit Exit Ghost eyes father fear fight Fleance Forres Gentlewoman Give Glamis grace hail hand Hang hath hear heart heaven Hecate honor Inchcolm is't Juliet King King of Scotland Knock Lady Macduff Lennox live look lord Macbeth's castle Mark Antony Menteith Messenger night noble nobleman of Scotland palace poison'd pray Re]-enter Romeo Romeo and Juliet Scene Second Murderer Second Witch Servant Seyton Shakespeare's American Shakespeare Shakespeare's language sleep Soldiers sorrow speak strange sword Thane of Cawdor thee There's thine things Third Murderer Third Witch thou art thought three Witches Thunder tongue tonight tyrant weird sisters What's wife woman words worthy Thane Young Siward