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10: Enough tragedy already? But there's more!

Macbeth

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

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, there’s more than enough tragedy to go around. There’s death. There’s deception. There’s Macbeth’s moral decline. But that’s not all. You can find out why Macbeth is really, really tragic … just give us 60 seconds of your time.

 

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