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Macbeth

By: Shakespeare, william
Material type: TextTextPublisher: UK Express publiching, [2007]Edition: 1st edDescription: 64 PContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1599051494Subject(s): RomanceDDC classification: 813.54 Dissertation note: This series features classic Shakespeare retold with graphic color illustrations. Each 64-page softcover book retains key phrases and quotations from the original play. Summary: After encountering three witches, the warrior Macbeth waits to see if their predictions come true. Stung by ambition, Macbeth is persuaded by his conniving wife that the fastest way to fulfill the prophecy is to murder the king, which sets off a disastrous chain of events. As the tragedy unfolds, Macbeth's decisions lead to more ruin. He returns to the witches and believes that his future is secure but is he interpreting the premonitions correctly?
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This series features classic Shakespeare retold with graphic color illustrations. Each 64-page softcover book retains key phrases and quotations from the original play.

After encountering three witches, the warrior Macbeth waits to see if their predictions come true. Stung by ambition, Macbeth is persuaded by his conniving wife that the fastest way to fulfill the prophecy is to murder the king, which sets off a disastrous chain of events. As the tragedy unfolds, Macbeth's decisions lead to
more ruin. He returns to the witches and believes that his future is secure but is he interpreting the premonitions correctly?

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