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by William Shakespeare

Macbeth: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. This play is often read as a cautionary tale against too much -> Wife
2. The term for killing a king is -> Regicide
3. The play opens with -> Battle
4. Macbeth is obsessed with the concept of -> Time
5. What is the witches' mantra? -> Fair is foul and foul is fair