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7. Motifs: So predictable...

Macbeth

William Shakespeare, 1603
Famous for: Excessive bloodshed, a world gone mad, “Double, double toil and trouble” and other witchy chants.

Half the fun of Shakespeare’s Macbeth has got to be the witches. Half the fun, and at least a small percentage of the meaning. That’s because in Macbeth, the witches’ prophecies are a motif.

 

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