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Wednesday, May 18

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    his lover/possibly second wife Anne
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    interest in the antique architecture,
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    drama among others.other things. The sonnet
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    Yet another theater,theatre, “The Rose”,
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    a sign forof the growing
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    of the theaters,theatres, and some
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    Renaissance was in additionfurthermore defined by
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    from his catholicCatholic wife Catherine
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    established the protestantProtestant dominated “Church
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    with himself on top.as Supreme Head. This meant
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    shift from a geocentric to a heliocentric worldview.
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    world power/superpower, whowhich – amongst
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Thursday, April 14

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Wednesday, April 13

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    Earlier that morning, he had a fight with alcohol. And he won by throwing up, and thereby laying it flat on the floor!
    Because of the alcohol, he talks back on Macduff, in a way no common man would dare. He even talks about his lust and missing erection.
    Comedy/tragedy{medieval_pca-jug-man.jpg} Comedy/tragedy juxtaposition
    Just before the porter’s scene, the murder of Duncan has happened, and the scene is dark and disturbing. The porter’s appearance interrupts this image of great tragedy and giving the audience a well deserved comic relief. The porter’s scene is followed by the scene in which Macduff and Lennox discover the body of the king, making the breathing space of the porter’s monologue even more necessary for the audience to keep focus throughout these important scenes. The juxtaposition accentuates the tragedy in the scene before and after the porter’s scene.
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    The porter is totally unimportant to the overall plot of Macbeth. This appearance and monologue creates an insight into the common men in the play, giving the groundlings a character to indentify themselves with. To the audience his speech has seemed hilarious and daring, and because he isn’t talking in verse, but in prose his speech seems loose.
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