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Macbeth

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Introduction

Macbeth Assignment I have chosen to compare two production of William Shakespeare's Macbeth. I am concentrating solely on Act 1 Scene 5. The two productions that I am comparing are Roman Polanski's Macbeth and a very early production of Macbeth by a producer called Orson Welles. The reason I have chosen to compare these two production is because I am quite familiar with these productions, and I think that Act 1 Scene 5 is a pivotal point in which both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth realise that killing King Duncan for the crown of Scotland is a realistic idea. ...read more.

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and what they had promised has come true. Lady Macbeth furthermore realises that because they had predicted that Macbeth would become Thane Of Cawdor (and it came true), then if they predicted that Macbeth would be King Of Scotland then this prediction may also be true. By reading this letter Lady Macbeth also becomes conscious of te fact that she to may will also benefit if Macbeth were to turn out to be King Of Scotland. ...read more.

Conclusion

" Come you spirits / Unsex me here". Later, Macbeth arrives at his castle and Lady Macbeth and Macbeth then begin to talk about gow they are going to conspire to kill King Duncan. Lady Macbeth then tells macbeth not to be hostile and to act normal whenever king Duncan arrives at the castle. " bear welcome in your eye / be not th'Innocent flower, but be the serpent under't". ...read more.

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