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Choisya
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Re: Macbeth, Act I: At the top of the slippery slope

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I doubt that Shakespeare thought of it that way but it is a good aide memoire for exams.:smileyhappy:




stratford wrote:


cheryl_shell wrote:


Scene 3: The witches reappear and we and they at last meet Macbeth and Banquo. We learn more of the witches and see their effect on Macbeth. Following the meeting, Macbeth and Banquo are informed of the fate of the Thane of Cawdor and Macbeth’s new title. Both begin to think about the predictions.



I trust that everyone is aware that the action in Act I, Scene 3 is merely an acronym for the title of the play:

M acbeth
A nd
C ompanion
B anquo
E ncounter
T hree
H ags


Message Edited by Choisya on 03-07-200703:27 PM

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Re: Fun Macbeth Mnemonics



cheryl_shell wrote:
Since some of you are having fun coming up with Macbeth mnemonics, I've made a place to put them here, and have moved that thread to this place.:smileyhappy:




M nemonics
A bound;
C heryl
B rought
E rrant
T exts
H ere
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Laurel
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Re: Fun Macbeth Mnemonics



stratford wrote:


cheryl_shell wrote:
Since some of you are having fun coming up with Macbeth mnemonics, I've made a place to put them here, and have moved that thread to this place.:smileyhappy:




M nemonics
A bound;
C heryl
B rought
E rrant
T exts
H ere




:smileyhappy: :smileyvery-happy: :smileyhappy:
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