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Essay | Act 5, Scene 1 in "MacBeth"

This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Act 5, Scene 1 in "MacBeth".
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Act 5, Scene 1 in "MacBeth"

Summary: Essay discusses the direction of a a key scene in "MacBeth" by William Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare was a marvellous play writer, even after his death his plays were still performed and studied; this is evidence for how brilliant they were. Although his plays were fantastic, it was not an easy task for him as he had to consider many things, it order to be successful. If William Shakespeare was basing one of his plays on a true story, he had to be careful how he represented the monarch of the time. Therefore his plays were popular with the royal family as he was always complimenting them. "Macbeth" was first performed in 1606 to mark the visit of James 1 brother in law; it was based on an old story, which was known well to king James I as it was about his ancestors. William Shakespeare had to change the historical facts to present his play in order not to upset king James...

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