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What concerns Macbeth?
What causes Macbeth's downfall in Macbeth?
What can you learn from the role of women in Macbeth?
What is the best example from Macbeth that shows how severely Macbeth loses his morals?
What does Banquo think about the witches' prophecies?
what is the background to the witches giving Macbeth the prophecy
What arguments does Lady Macbeth use to convince Macbeth to commit the murder?
What action best demonstrates Lady Macbeth’s weakness in Act V?
In what act and scene does Macbeth try to wash Duncan's blood from his hands?
What is Act IV, Scene 1 in Macbeth about?
What does Act 1, Scene 3 tell us about the witches' power?
The Weird Sisters state in Act 1, Scene 1, of Macbeth, "fair is foul and foul is fair."  In what ways is Macbeth both fair and foul?
Do the Weird Sisters control the events that happen in Shakespeare's Macbeth?
A tragic hero should evoke our sympathy. Do you sympathize with Macbeth? Why or why not? Does his downfall evoke pity or a sense of justice?
Trace the process that changes Macbeth from the hero in Act One to the bloodthirsty villain at the banquet scene.
Is this quote, "If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me/ Without my stir," an example of metaphor, simile, personification, or hyperbole in Macbeth?
Should Macbeth be killed for what he did?
In Shakespeare's play Macbeth, what is shown about the role that self respect has when responding to injustice?
In Shakespeare's play Macbeth, why is Macbeth so upset to see the vision of Banquo and the eight kings?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, what does "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" mean in relation to Macbeth's character and his actions?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, what is the first indication that all three parts of the witches' prophecy may come true?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, does Macbeth do anything to Banquo's children after killing the King?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, how do the witches and Lady Macbeth influence Macbeth throughout the play?
Considering Shakespeare's play Macbeth, how would you contrast Lady Macduff's ability to control her husband with Lady Macbeth's ability to control Macbeth?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, how does the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth adhere to the rules of society?
In Shakespeare's play Macbeth, how does Macbeth fit the criteria of a tragic hero?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, is "decay" a theme or motif?
In Shakespeare's Macbeth, how is Macbeth's ambition his hamartia?
Does Shakespeare want us to believe that the witches in Macbeth are real, supernatural or projections of Macbeth's imagination?
For a school project, we have to create a trailer to a modernized version of Macbeth, but I'm having a tough time coming up with too many ideas on how exactly to modernize the story, with the fact...