Modern English Macbeth

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About the Author

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Act One Scene One
Act One Scene Two
Act One Scene Three
Act One Scene Four
Act One Scene Five
Act One Scene Six
Act One Scene Seven

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Act Two Scene One
Act Two Scene Two
Act Two Scene Three
Act Two Scene Four

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Act Three Scene One
Act Three Scene Two
Act Three Scene Three
Act Three Scene Four
Act Three Scene Five
Act Three Scene Six

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Act Four Scene One
Act Four Scene Two
Act Four Scene Three

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Act Five Scene One
Act Five Scene Two
Act Five Scene Three
Act Five Scene Four
Act Five Scene Five
Act Five Scene Six
Act Five Scene Seven
Act Five Scene Eight
Act Five Scene Nine

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About The Author

Warren King has been teaching English literature for thirty-five years in English comprehensive and public schools.
During the 1980 's he was seconded to the national Shakespeare and Schools project to help develop methods of teaching Shakespeare in the classroom to bring the plays to life for pupils of all ages. After the project ended he continued that work as an adviser in to a London Education Authority, where he worked with teachers in creating Shakespeare projects in schools and helping English teachers, both primary and secondary, to make Shakespeare lively, comprehensible and enjoyable for their pupils.
He has created and conducted workshops in Shakespeare for both teachers and students, visiting schools around the UK and continental Europe.
As well as producing several books about the teaching of Shakespeare and writing articles for

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