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Bonjour à tous, est-ce que vous pourriez me corriger ce texte sur Macbeth de William Shakespeare, merci beaucoup

Summary of Shakespeare's play

Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare written in 1606.

Macbeth and Banquo are two generals in the service of Duncan, King of Scotland. They are loyal and brave. Returning from a victorious campaign against the rebels, they meet three witches in the moor who give them a prophecy: Macbeth will be made lord of Cawdor and become king, while Banquo will beget kings... Macbeth learns some time later that Duncan has named him Lord of Cawdor, thus fulfilling the first prophecy. The generals are gathered around Duncan who decides to stay in Macbeth's castle. Lady Macbeth receives a letter from her husband telling her about the prophecies of the witches. Impatient, she urges her husband to take his fate into his own hands and assassinate the king. She also suggests that he kill the guards to make them take responsibility for the crime.

 

In his dreams, Macbeth sees a dagger that makes him think of crime. The arrival of King Duncan is foretold. At the instigation of his wife, Macbeth murders the king... Lady Macbeth enters the scene of the crime and stains the King's guards with blood to make them look like the murderers. Macduff and Lennox discover the crime and sound the alarm. There is great excitement in the castle. An old man and Roos talk about this mysterious murder. They also indicate that Malcolm and Donaldbain, Duncan's children, have run away.

 

Macbeth ascended the throne. His wife suggests he eliminate Banquo and his son Fleanzio. Banquo, sensing dire plans, orders his son to flee. Macbeth has Banquo killed by his hired killers. During a banquet, the spectre of Banquo appears to Macbeth, who is delirious with guilt in front of his guests. Lady Macbeth tries to divert attention and calm him down. Macbeth decides to go back to the witches.

 

The witches are gathered around a cauldron. They show Macbeth a series of apparitions and advise him to beware of Macduff, a nobleman who suspects him of the regicide. They assure him that he will be invincible as long as the forest of Birnam does not set out against him, and that no man "born of a woman" will be able to prevail over him. They also tell him again that Banquo's descendants will reign over Scotland. Lady Macbeth, for her part, urges her husband to eliminate Macduff, to set fire to his castle and to exterminate his entire family. Lady Macduff and her son are murdered by Macbeth's envoys. Macduff learns the horrible news and decides to join forces with Malcolm. He advises his people to camouflage themselves with tree branches from Birnam Forest.

 

Lady Macbeth, sleepwalking, relives the crimes committed at her instigation, and dies. Macbeth remains convinced that the prophecies of the witches will be fulfilled. Hidden by the branches, Macduff's army advances and drives Macbeth's army into hiding. Macduff, facing his enemy, confesses to him that he was born by Caesarean section and was torn prematurely from his mother's womb, which explains the second enigma. He kills Macbeth. The victory is celebrated by exposing Macbeth's head on a spade. Malcolm, the rightful heir, is hailed king.

Merci encore !

 

 

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Bonjour,

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Bonjour à tous, est-ce que vous pourriez me corriger ce texte sur Macbeth de William Shakespeare, merci beaucoup

Summary of Shakespeare's play

Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare written in 1606.

Macbeth and Banquo are two generals in the service of Duncan, King of Scotland. They are loyal and brave. Returning from a victorious campaign against the rebels, they meet three witches in the moor who give them a prophecy: Macbeth will be made lord of Cawdor and become king, while Banquo will beget kings... Macbeth learns some time later that Duncan has named him Lord of Cawdor, thus fulfilling the first prophecy. The generals are gathered around Duncan who decides to stay in Macbeth's castle. Lady Macbeth receives a letter from her husband telling her about the prophecies of the witches. Impatient, she urges her husband to take his fate into his own hands and assassinate the king. She also suggests that he kill the guards to make them take responsibility for the crime.

In his dreams, Macbeth sees a dagger that makes him think of crime. The arrival of King Duncan is foretold. At the instigation of his wife, Macbeth murders the king... Lady Macbeth enters the scene of the crime and stains the King's guards with blood to make them look like the murderers. Macduff and Lennox discover the crime and sound the alarm. There is great excitement in the castle. An old man and Roos talk about this mysterious murder. They also indicate that Malcolm and Donaldbain, Duncan's children, have run away.

Macbeth ascends the throne. <Puisque le récit est au présent, autant continuer ! His wife suggests he eliminate Banquo and his son Fleanzio. Banquo, sensing dire plans so to speak orders his son to flee. Macbeth has Banquo killed by his hired killers. During a banquet, the spectre of Banquo appears to Macbeth who is delirious with guilt in front of his guests. Lady Macbeth tries to divert attention and calm him down. Macbeth decides to go back to the witches.

The witches are gathered around a cauldron. They show Macbeth a series of apparitions and advise him to beware of Macduff, a nobleman who suspects him of the regicide. They assure him that he will be invincible as long as the forest of Birnam does not set out against him, and that no man "born of a woman" will be able to prevail over him. They also tell him again that Banquo's descendants will reign over Scotland. Lady Macbeth, for her part, urges her husband to eliminate Macduff, to set fire to his castle and to exterminate his entire family. Lady Macduff and her son are murdered by Macbeth's envoys. Macduff learns the horrible news and decides to join forces with Malcolm. He advises his people to camouflage themselves with tree branches from Birnam Forest.

Lady Macbeth, sleepwalking, relives the crimes committed at her instigation and dies. Macbeth remains convinced that the prophecies of the witches will be fulfilled. Hidden by the branches, Macduff's army advances and drives Macbeth's army into hiding. Macduff, facing his enemy, confesses to him that he was born by Caesarean section and was torn prematurely from his mother's womb, which explains the second enigma. He kills Macbeth. The victory is celebrated by exposing Macbeth's head on a spade. Malcolm, the rightful heir, is hailed king.

Merci encore !

Tu voudras bien excuser ma question si elle te paraît choquante : as-tu réellement écrit tout ça toi-même ?

Si tel est bien le cas, alors je te tire mon chapeau.

 

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Bonjour merci de votre correction , pour le texte mon professeur m'a aidé avant les vacances; et puis j'ai regardé plusieurs vidéos sur Macbeth pour avoir des termes précis et combler les trous ; donc je n'ai pas fait ça tout seul ; merci

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