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I found the Macbeth hard
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I found the Macbeth hard
I found it really easy 😁 there was so much to write about
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I wrote loads after I got into it but didn’t expect that question to be fair
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I wrote loads after I got into it but didn’t expect that question to be fair
Same at start you’re like with then when you start writing you see the link so it was calm.
I think this years was easier then last years we did in the mock.
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lots to write about but hard to explain
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what points did you guys make
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What was your exam board mine was Edexcel
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Aqa it was easy when I got writing tho
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I found the Macbeth hard
Same I found it hard, I wrote about the divine right of kings, the dagger speech and Banquo, I feel like my mind went blank
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I said about for the extract. Shakespeare is trying to show the difference through Macbeth's character the difference between righteous and immoral violence. In summary I said about Macbeth's righteous violence is when he kills the 'rebels' in order to maintain the Great Chain of Being for his King and to protect his country. I then contrasted it with the idea of immoral violence beginning with when his "thoughts are murder but yet fantastical" and how it moves to the literal violence instead of abstract with "come let me clutch thee (danger). And how this leads to his apex with "I am in blood".

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I rambled SO much and repeated myself a bunch lol
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Ye I had a lot to write about but couldn’t all get it out of my head on paper so it all got jumbled up oops
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That what i did it was so hard and what the hell was the porter about?
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I rambled SO much and repeated myself a bunch lol
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Loved it.

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- Macbeth's apprehension about killing Duncan
-Killing of Macduff's wife and kids
-"ill fight till from my bones my flesh be hacked"
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Omg I rambled on so much
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Did anyone do a Christmas carol ? I smashed that one honestly found it piss easy
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I said about for the extract. Shakespeare is trying to show the difference through Macbeth's character the difference between righteous and immoral violence. In summary I said about Macbeth's righteous violence is when he kills the 'rebels' in order to maintain the Great Chain of Being for his King and to protect his country. I then contrasted it with the idea of immoral violence beginning with when his "thoughts are murder but yet fantastical" and how it moves to the literal violence instead of abstract with "come let me clutch thee (danger). And how this leads to his apex with "I am in blood".

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that’s what i did! the fact he has different motivations for violence at the start and end of the play
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What was the question about
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Did anyone do a Christmas carol ? I smashed that one honestly found it piss easy
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Marley’s ghost and how it influences Scrooge
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What your exam board
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