Macbeth- how the setting of the story affects the plot
Macbeth is a play where atmosphere and setting plays a very important part in the play. There are three main parts where the atmosphere and setting affects the plot with the witches, Glamis castle, and the Dunsinane banquet.
The play starts with the Witches, which is at a desolate place with thunder and lightning. "When shall we three meet again in thunder, lightning, or in rain?" The witches are the main source of the evil and supernatural in the play. "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" They also give an impression of fear, horror and mystery.
Glamis castle also affects the plot of…
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