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Macbeth supernatural introduction

hi guys,
with literature paper 1 coming up on monday i have started to practice writing introductions for some predicted questions and making mini pre-made plans. i would greatly appreciate it if someone could have a read through my introduction and give some feedback πŸ™πŸ™
the question is -
'How does shakespeare present ideas about the supernatural in Macbeth?'
When considering the ways that shakespeare presents the supernatural, it is crucial to understand that the witches, a source of supernatural power, are responsible for multiple pivotal moments in the play. Macbeth, the tragic hero, is played and toyed around by the witches, and later on represents the consequences of following the supernatural through his fatal fall - Shakespeare does this to warn the Jacobean audience about the consequences of following the supernatural, and perhaps to also flatter King James.

again, thanks so much for reading this, pls pls pls feedback will be greatly appreciated
Original post by aa.carrera
hi guys,
with literature paper 1 coming up on monday i have started to practice writing introductions for some predicted questions and making mini pre-made plans. i would greatly appreciate it if someone could have a read through my introduction and give some feedback πŸ™πŸ™
the question is -
'How does shakespeare present ideas about the supernatural in Macbeth?'
When considering the ways that shakespeare presents the supernatural, it is crucial to understand that the witches, a source of supernatural power, are responsible for multiple pivotal moments in the play. Macbeth, the tragic hero, is played and toyed around by the witches, and later on represents the consequences of following the supernatural through his fatal fall - Shakespeare does this to warn the Jacobean audience about the consequences of following the supernatural, and perhaps to also flatter King James.
again, thanks so much for reading this, pls pls pls feedback will be greatly appreciated

I think it's quite good. You summarise how the supernatural is presented as powerful to play with Macbeth's ideas, and why Shakespeare has done this and audience response.
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Original post by revision52
I think it's quite good. You summarise how the supernatural is presented as powerful to play with Macbeth's ideas, and why Shakespeare has done this and audience response.

thanks a lot πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ much appreciated, glad to hear its a good intro
Original post by aa.carrera
thanks a lot πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ much appreciated, glad to hear its a good intro

any questions let me know, happy to help with your 19th century novel too
Reply 4
Original post by revision52
any questions let me know, happy to help with your 19th century novel too


Any chance you got some advice for Jane Eyre?
Original post by D0D0
Any chance you got some advice for Jane Eyre?

Sorry, don't know anything about Jane Eyre
use tilf.io

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