"Macbeth": Summary and Analysis of Acts I-IV
Act 1 Scene 1
Summary: The three witches gather, and discuss what they should do about Macbeth. They conclude when they will meet with Macbeth.
Significance: This scene introduces Macbeth and the witches. It also brings forth the quote "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" which sets the stage for much of the story and how the characters will react. This quote defines the "flip-flopped" standing that much of the characters will partake in.
Act 1 Scene 2
Summary: This scene in the battlefield, a captain is called out by Duncan to explain the current condition of the entanglement. The captain s…
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