WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE | MACBETH | Roles of Witches.

Shakespeare’s handling of the three witches or “weird sisters” of Macbeth is in itself equivocal. He assigns them the first dozen lines of the play their proclamation that “fair is foul, and foul is fair” (I, i., .11) setting the tone for the horrid events ahead. When their prediction of Act I, scene iii that Read More

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Character of Witches in the play ‘Macbeth’.

Witches Influence on Macbeth’s decisions in the play ‘Macbeth’. Or, Character of Witches in the play ‘Macbeth’. Answer: The Witches are dramatic symbol for the force of evil in the world. They promise of worldly good, as evil must, because if evil were not attractive it would offer no temptation. But the promises of evil Read More

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