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This is a 14 page study guide for Macbeth structured into sections of: Initial Impression, Structural and Dramatic Significance (e.g. how the character relates to structure and form in the play), Purpose, Final Impression, Relationship with Lady Macbeth and then Macbeth in the context of the themes of: Ambition, The Supernatural, Weakness, Religion, Nihilism, Guilt and the Victim vs Villain debate within Macbeth.
This structuring makes it easy for students to access higher level analysis in relation to tricky themes, encouraging them to develop their perspective of the character.
There is a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is also a key scenes summary box at the top, specific to Macbeth.
The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the presentation and development of Macbeth (e.g. weak or strong, ambitious or nihilistic), his purpose in the play, his relationship with other characters and how he relates to other themes in the play. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades.