“Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the Weird Sisters in the opening scene of Macbeth, William Shakespeare’s famous tragedy about ambition and the nature of fate and free will. The Folger Shakespeare Library edition includes scene-by-scene plot summaries, explanatory notes, and help with Shakespeare’s language.
This version includes the full text of the play, explanatory notes, an introduction that explains Shakespeare’s world, a key to famous lines and phrases, help with Shakespeare’s language, and several other supports for the reader.
Includes an introduction on Shakespeare’s language, explanatory notes, scene-by-scene plot summaries, and key to the play’s famous lines and phrases.
This play is an excellent way to begin a study on the psychological themes of fate, free will, ambition, and isolation. It is required reading for students taking Literature 202 with Write from the Heart.
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