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- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- MBE Book Code: 103
- ISBN: 9780198324003
- No. of Pages: 127
- Type: Paperback
- Availability: In Stock
Our Oxford School Shakespeare edition includes explanatory illustrations, annotations or on-page notes, reading lists (including websites) and classroom notes. It was made incredibly accessible to students offering rigorous scholarly credentials alongside clear background information and interactive elements to make the text fully digestible. Enjoy next day delivery and free plastic jackets on all MBE Books orders.
One of the most popular Shakespearean texts studied by secondary school students across the world. Macbeth is a tragedy written by the great William Shakespeare, which is the story of a Scottish man who is the lord of Glamis. He is visited by a trio of witches who claim he will be King if he gains his own power. Filled with mystery, betrayal, honour and scheming, Macbeth explores the hidden dark elements that can be revealed of certain people’s character. In different situations individuals can become quite grotesque when driven by power, wealth and prestige.