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Act 1 Scene 1 Act 1 Scene 2 MACBETH - Reading log Characters:first witch, second witch, third witch Plot: It's about three witches talking to each other. Then they conclude that they are meeting Macbeth. At the end of the scene all three say at the same time "fair is Foul, and foul is fair Language: The language is relatively difficult to understand, because Shakespeare used his own vocabulary. In line 4 and 5 there is an anaphora, since the same beginning of the sentence was used twice. This draws attention specifically to the content. focus of the sentence. Another rhetorical device is alliteration. This was used in line 12. The initial letters in a sentence begin with an f This is to make you leam this sentence much faster and not so quickly out of your mind Place:desolate place. Question: Where is Macbeth ? Characters: Duncan, Malcolm, Captain, Lennox, Ross, Plot: It describes a camp where the king of Scotland, Duncan, is. He is there with his two sons, Malcolm and Donald. They are informed by a captain about the sale of the battle against the Norwegian and rebel troops. It is said that the enemy troops had a clear advantage, but because of Macbeth and Banquo their own troops won in the end. A...

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peace treaty was made with the Norwegians, the traitor Macdonwald was killed, the King of Norway was kidnapped and ransom was demanded. Language: The language is relatively difficult to understand, because Shakespeare used his own vocabulary Place: In a camp near forres Question: Where is Macbeth ? Act 1 Scene 3 Act 1 Scene 4 MACBETH Reading log Characters: First witch, second witch, third witch, Macbeth, Banquo, Ross, Angus Plot: The three witches meet Macbeth and Banquo on a heath, who have just returned from a battle. The two are shocked by the three witches, while the witches have already started their prophecies. Macbeth is called Thane of Glamis and is therefore also showing interest and wants to know more about its future. It turns out he won't be a king, but several of his descendants. Macbeth wants to know more, but the witnes disappear and Ross and Angus kick. While Banquo wains that the prophecies may diabolical in nature, Macbeth has already begun to murder Duncan. be Language: The language is relatively difficult to understand, because Shakespeare used his own vocabulary. In Lines Lines 46 to 48 you can find an anaphora here for this purpose, the same sentence beginnings are used three times. The effect is that the content has a higher meaning. The three witches talk about Macbeth and him is the protagonist of this book. Place: The scene takes place on a heath. Characters: Duncan, Malcolm, Macbeth, Banquo Plot: King Duncan is informed by Malcolm, one of his sons, about the fate of the "Thane of Cawdor! Malcolm tells that Thane of Cawdor was killed after he confessed to his betrayal in repentance. Macbeth, Banquo, Rosse and Angus are added and it is said that he becomes the new successor and thus also becomes the king. Macbeth doesn't react so happily, since he wanted to become king himself and he is an obstacle to him. However, he didn't let himself be seen and tried not to show these emotions Language: Formal speeches are exchanged, both Macbeth and Banquo giving humble and loyal replies to their king. The imagery at this point in the scene largely refers to growth and fertility Shakespeare plays with images such as these. Often he builds up a cluster of releated images las here, "plant", "growing" precisely in order to establish a sense of irony Place: Duncan's palace at Forres Act 1 Scene 5 Act 1 Scene 6 MACBETH -Reading log Characters: Lady Macbeth, Attendant, Macbeth Plot: Lady Macbeth appeared for the first time in this act. She got a letter from Macbeth, describing the prophecies of the witches and that he was called "Thane of Cawdor. She is glad that her husband is told by the prophecies. and that he plans to kill. She also leams that Macbeth is staying with the King for the night. She recommends Macbeth to be friendly and warm towards Duncan, so that he feels safe and doesn't suspect him. Behind the facade, Macbeth is supposed to hide his true memories, so that he can put them into action. Language: Lady Macbeths words "shalt be" uncannily reflect those of the Witches prophecy. In the lines that follow Lady Macbeth uses several significant metaphors of concealment: Macbeth's face is like "a book, (63-64) then in a brilliantly ironic reference to the Genesis story "Look like the innocent flower/ But be the serpent under it (66-67) Place: Macbeth's castle at Inverness Characters: Duncan, Banquo, Lady Macbeth Plot: Duncan and Macbeth go to the castle of Macbeth and he is amazed because he finds the bypass very pleasant and enjoyable. Once there Lady Macbeth greets Duncan with warmth and praise. Language: Duncan's speech on his arrival at Inverness is heavy with diamatic irony: Not only is the "seat" of the castle pleasant", but evan the air is sweeter than that to which the king is accustomed. The king's address to Lady Macbeth and her subsequent reply are full of the heightened language of formal indroduction: God 'ild you, we rest your hermits. Place: Outside Macbeth's castle " Act 1 Scene 7 MACBETH Reading log Characters: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth Plot: Macbeth conducts a self-conversation, where he worries about the planned death of the king. However, he has doubts about the plan, since Duncan trusts him a murder could break trust. At the end of his monologue, he also realizes that the reason for this murder is his ambition. Lady Macben arrives and Macbeth explains to her that he doesn't want to kill King Duncan. So she doubts his love and manhood. She even said that she would be willing to kill her own child if she had promised. So Macbeth is persuaded both go to the dining room where King Duncan is already eating. of her and they Language: Place: Macbeth's castle, Near the Great Hall

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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Act 1 Scene 1 Act 1 Scene 2 MACBETH - Reading log Characters:first witch, second witch, third witch Plot: It's about three witches talking to each other. Then they conclude that they are meeting Macbeth. At the end of the scene all three say at the same time "fair is Foul, and foul is fair Language: The language is relatively difficult to understand, because Shakespeare used his own vocabulary. In line 4 and 5 there is an anaphora, since the same beginning of the sentence was used twice. This draws attention specifically to the content. focus of the sentence. Another rhetorical device is alliteration. This was used in line 12. The initial letters in a sentence begin with an f This is to make you leam this sentence much faster and not so quickly out of your mind Place:desolate place. Question: Where is Macbeth ? Characters: Duncan, Malcolm, Captain, Lennox, Ross, Plot: It describes a camp where the king of Scotland, Duncan, is. He is there with his two sons, Malcolm and Donald. They are informed by a captain about the sale of the battle against the Norwegian and rebel troops. It is said that the enemy troops had a clear advantage, but because of Macbeth and Banquo their own troops won in the end. A...

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peace treaty was made with the Norwegians, the traitor Macdonwald was killed, the King of Norway was kidnapped and ransom was demanded. Language: The language is relatively difficult to understand, because Shakespeare used his own vocabulary Place: In a camp near forres Question: Where is Macbeth ? Act 1 Scene 3 Act 1 Scene 4 MACBETH Reading log Characters: First witch, second witch, third witch, Macbeth, Banquo, Ross, Angus Plot: The three witches meet Macbeth and Banquo on a heath, who have just returned from a battle. The two are shocked by the three witches, while the witches have already started their prophecies. Macbeth is called Thane of Glamis and is therefore also showing interest and wants to know more about its future. It turns out he won't be a king, but several of his descendants. Macbeth wants to know more, but the witnes disappear and Ross and Angus kick. While Banquo wains that the prophecies may diabolical in nature, Macbeth has already begun to murder Duncan. be Language: The language is relatively difficult to understand, because Shakespeare used his own vocabulary. In Lines Lines 46 to 48 you can find an anaphora here for this purpose, the same sentence beginnings are used three times. The effect is that the content has a higher meaning. The three witches talk about Macbeth and him is the protagonist of this book. Place: The scene takes place on a heath. Characters: Duncan, Malcolm, Macbeth, Banquo Plot: King Duncan is informed by Malcolm, one of his sons, about the fate of the "Thane of Cawdor! Malcolm tells that Thane of Cawdor was killed after he confessed to his betrayal in repentance. Macbeth, Banquo, Rosse and Angus are added and it is said that he becomes the new successor and thus also becomes the king. Macbeth doesn't react so happily, since he wanted to become king himself and he is an obstacle to him. However, he didn't let himself be seen and tried not to show these emotions Language: Formal speeches are exchanged, both Macbeth and Banquo giving humble and loyal replies to their king. The imagery at this point in the scene largely refers to growth and fertility Shakespeare plays with images such as these. Often he builds up a cluster of releated images las here, "plant", "growing" precisely in order to establish a sense of irony Place: Duncan's palace at Forres Act 1 Scene 5 Act 1 Scene 6 MACBETH -Reading log Characters: Lady Macbeth, Attendant, Macbeth Plot: Lady Macbeth appeared for the first time in this act. She got a letter from Macbeth, describing the prophecies of the witches and that he was called "Thane of Cawdor. She is glad that her husband is told by the prophecies. and that he plans to kill. She also leams that Macbeth is staying with the King for the night. She recommends Macbeth to be friendly and warm towards Duncan, so that he feels safe and doesn't suspect him. Behind the facade, Macbeth is supposed to hide his true memories, so that he can put them into action. Language: Lady Macbeths words "shalt be" uncannily reflect those of the Witches prophecy. In the lines that follow Lady Macbeth uses several significant metaphors of concealment: Macbeth's face is like "a book, (63-64) then in a brilliantly ironic reference to the Genesis story "Look like the innocent flower/ But be the serpent under it (66-67) Place: Macbeth's castle at Inverness Characters: Duncan, Banquo, Lady Macbeth Plot: Duncan and Macbeth go to the castle of Macbeth and he is amazed because he finds the bypass very pleasant and enjoyable. Once there Lady Macbeth greets Duncan with warmth and praise. Language: Duncan's speech on his arrival at Inverness is heavy with diamatic irony: Not only is the "seat" of the castle pleasant", but evan the air is sweeter than that to which the king is accustomed. The king's address to Lady Macbeth and her subsequent reply are full of the heightened language of formal indroduction: God 'ild you, we rest your hermits. Place: Outside Macbeth's castle " Act 1 Scene 7 MACBETH Reading log Characters: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth Plot: Macbeth conducts a self-conversation, where he worries about the planned death of the king. However, he has doubts about the plan, since Duncan trusts him a murder could break trust. At the end of his monologue, he also realizes that the reason for this murder is his ambition. Lady Macben arrives and Macbeth explains to her that he doesn't want to kill King Duncan. So she doubts his love and manhood. She even said that she would be willing to kill her own child if she had promised. So Macbeth is persuaded both go to the dining room where King Duncan is already eating. of her and they Language: Place: Macbeth's castle, Near the Great Hall