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Laurel
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Macbeth Quiz

When you've finished reading Macbeth, you might want to take this quiz:

http://shakespeare.about.com/library/blmacbethquiz.htm
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Re: Macbeth Quiz

Fun, thanks! Managed to get them all right, though I'm glad they didn't offer Malcolm as well as Donalbain as a possible answer to "there's daggers in mens smiles." I knew it was one of the sons, but wasn't positive which one.
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Thanks Laurel! I got the first questions about the beginning of the play right and then tanked until the last one ::embarassed:: I really need to refresh my memory!



Laurel wrote:
When you've finished reading Macbeth, you might want to take this quiz:

http://shakespeare.about.com/library/blmacbethquiz.htm


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Re: Macbeth Quiz

I missed one question, but I don't remember which.



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Thanks Laurel! I got the first questions about the beginning of the play right and then tanked until the last one ::embarassed:: I really need to refresh my memory!



Laurel wrote:
When you've finished reading Macbeth, you might want to take this quiz:

http://shakespeare.about.com/library/blmacbethquiz.htm





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Re: Macbeth Quiz

I missed the question about what line came next during Lady Macbeth's sleep walking episode. Other than that, I got the rest! (With a little help from Everyman's post, I'm not sure I would have remembered that question if his post hadn't refreshed my memory!)
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