Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, Presented by Paul W. Collins
by Paul W. Collins
This is a novelization of the play incorporating Shakespeare’s dialogue – no footnotes! At the end of a violent Scottish insurrection, three mischievous agents of Fate tempt a valiant warrior who in times of peace has been an unprincipled thane, a nobleman eager to rise, but reluctant to create political opportunity by criminal means. His ambitious wife is not so hesitant – she demands that he act, and the pair’s conniving soon bears its fruits – and consequences. Living in luxury, the deadly couple are haunted: she, tormented by nightmarish guilt, he, sleepless, and driven to violent action in hopes of altering the dismal destiny prophesied for him. Macbeth’s extravagance and increasingly malevolent actions arouse fear, then stir resistance, bringing Scotland’s nobility to the verge of civil war. Always bold, he is fearless after again listening to the ‘witches’. As have many others, after seizing power and exerting it ruthlessly, he comes to believe he’s invincible. Only the impossible, it seems, could defeat Macbeth – but his patriotic opponents must try.
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