Scholastic Classics: Macbeth

Shakespeare tells it like it is: some things in life are free. Power isn’t one of them. From the chilling opening chant of the Three Witches – ‘hubble, bubble, toil and trouble’ – to Macbeth’s terrifying descent into bloodshed and violence, this play is a frightening look at what people will do to rule others. In a story haunted by ghosts and dark magic, how many people must die so that Macbeth can become king? And getting the crown is one thing. Keeping it is quite another…

  • Shakespeare’s grisly tale of murder, madness and magic
  • The complete playscript in a handy and affordable format
  • Perfect for reading, performance or everyday study use
  • A shelf essential for anyone studying Macbeth at school

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