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Navigator Heritage Series: Macbeth Novel Study Guide 1 Year License

Author(s): COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

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Taking place on a Scottish heath, circa 1000 A.D., three mysterious witches meet during a furious storm, stating their intention to speak with Macbeth, the Thane of Cawdor, who is wrapping up battle against an insurgency against King Duncan.The witches inform him of several prophecies, including the statement that Macbeth shall be not only King of Scotland, but also Thane of Cawdor. When Macbeth writes of these events to his wife, Lady Macbeth, she immediately begins to think through the paths upon which her husband must travel in order to gain the crown ultimately; she fears that he is too weak to pursue whatever means necessary to accomplish that ultimate goal.

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