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Dramatic Qualities of Act 2 Scene 2 of "Macbeth"

Summary: This essay is on the dramatic qualities of Shakespere's Act 2 Scene 2 of "Macbeth."
Act 2, scene 2 is the most dramatic scene in Macbeth I have read so far. Macbeth has murdered Duncan and is now regretting it. There are many devices that are used to build up the tension and it can be particularly effective to watch if the director adds his own feelings about the scene. If I was to direct the scene, this is how I would tell the actors to show the scene.

It begins when Lady Macbeth is alone, waiting for news of whether her husband has succeeded in his mission. It is dark and she is very scared but telling herself there is nothing to be nervous about. An owl shrieks and she jumps which shows that she is not as calm as she is trying to be.

When there is a knock at her chamber door she is even more frightened...

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