This is a castle in Scotland where Duncan lives.
These half-truths are the main cause of most of the bloodshed in this play.
This is where Macbeth's castle is before he becomes king. It is also where Macbeth and Lady Macbeth kill Duncan.
This is where Macduff and his family live before they are murdered.
This is a manifestation of Macbeth's guilty conscience that only he can see.
This is what warns Macbeth to beware of Macduff.
This is what tells Macbeth that no one of woman born will kill him.
This is what tells Macbeth that he will see his end only when the woods move to the castle.
This is a forest where Malcolm's men disguise themselves with tree branches, so when they approach Macbeth's castle it looks as if the forest...
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