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Macbeth script writing

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Introduction

Amy Lau 19th November 2006 10L English Macbeth Act 3 Activity- Script Writing Act 3.5 Scene 1 After the Feast The banquet is over. Enter First Servant, who starts to clean the banquet hall. FIRST SERVANT SECOND SERVANT FIRST SERVANT SECOND SERVANT FIRST SERVANT SECOND SERVANT FIRST SERVANT SECOND SERVANT FIRST SERVANT SECOND SERVANT FIRST SERVANT SECOND SERVANT FIRST SERVANT THIRD SERVANT FIRST SERVANT THIRD SERVANT FIRST SERVANT THIRD SERVANT FIRST SERVANT 'Twas a strange night indeed When His Majesty had a fit. Possessed; he seemed What ghastly sights had he seen? So vivid, the fear in his eyes Beholding, in his eyes, the unseen sight. So turbulent the night's events 'Tis a puzzle that makes no sense. ...read more.

Middle

The murder of Duncan The illness that dawns on Macbeth. What other misfortunes lie ahead What say you? The darkness is inevitable It comes as it wishes Consuming the light Of mankind. Sleep will be granted no more Nature has been disturbed The balance; broken - (Horrified) Speak no more of this! Your words itself Such as a cold, lifeless hand Clutching upon my heart I gasp at the chills emitted Stealing the warmth away. So be it We will speak no further Should my words cause distress to thee. Pray not my dreams Will be filled with horror Should sleep be granted onto me. I must attend to duties elsewhere I bid thee goodnight. ...read more.

Conclusion

Quick to leave, they were It'pears His Majesty gave them quite a fright Much worried, they were, of His Majesty's health His state of mind. I blame them not For the man who has befallen ill 'Tis the man who will rule the country. Safe? Will they be? In the hands of the present King Whose inner demons seem to conquer him Instead of His Majesty conquering them. I pray for His Majesty's recovery. So do I. The early hours of tomorrow are fast approaching I wish to rest my tired bones And be rid of all this mishap Goodnight to you. Goodnight. And may you rest well. Exit Third Servant Speak no more of this, I will 'Tis time to put these thoughts to a standstill What shall happen, will happen itself The only one who has control is God Himself. Exeunt ...read more.

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