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Macbeth

Macbeth

  

by William Shakespeare

Related History & Literature on Shmoop

Available to teachers only as part of the Teaching Macbeth Teacher Pass


Teaching MacbethTeacher Pass includes:

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Sample of Related History & Literature on Shmoop


  1. Shakespeare Biography
    Check out our Will Shakespeare biography – a great resource for teachers and students.

  2. The Conventions of Shakespearean Tragedy: Hamlet
    Read our “Genre” guide for Hamlet and compare it to the conventions of tragedy in Macbeth.