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“Is this a dagger which I see before me,/The handle toward my hand?”

Macbeth Act Two, Part Two By Dennis Abrams  ———————– I hope you’re all enjoying Macbeth as much as I am.  Having read as much Shakespeare as I’ve done (and as you’ve done) over the last year and a half, I … Continue reading

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” The triumph of ‘Macbeth’ is the construction of a world, and nothing like it has ever been constructed in twenty-one hundred lines.”

Macbeth An Introduction By Dennis Abrams ——————————– It’s Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy.  And his darkest.  But more than 400 years after it was written, it still retains its ability to shock.  “The Scottish Play,” as it is superstitiously known in the … Continue reading

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