'Shakespeare makes much use of imagery to acheive his dramatic objective' Discuss the use of imagery in Act 1 of Macbeth

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samantha96 | Student, Grade 11 | (Level 1) Honors

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A lot of the imagery emphasised in Act 1 is shown through the witches. You can discuss the stage directions (thunder, lightning, deserted place), the description of the witches in scene 3 that "You should be women,/ And yet your beards forbid me to interper/ That you are so." (Act 1, Scene 3, line 46-48)

There is a lot of use of imagery provided considering Macbeth was originally a play.

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