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  1. Zuhn
    Duncan arrives at Macbeth’s castle at Inverness, accompanied by Banquo and other soldiers and attendants. Duncan declares the place “pleasant.” Lady Macbeth greets the King with an elaborate.
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  2. Zulkirisar
    Act 3, Scene 2 Juliet, who hasn't heard about the whole murder/ revenge killing thing, is watching the clock for nightfall, when Romeo is supposed to sneak into her room. When the Nurse enters, Juliet realizes right away that something has gone wrong.
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  3. Kajirisar
    SCENE IV. The same. Hall in the palace. / A banquet prepared. / Enter MACBETH, LADY MACBETH, ROSS, LENNOX, Lords, and Attendants / MACBETH / You know your own degrees; sit down: at.
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  4. Tajas
    Twelfth Night: Act 2, scene 4 Summary & Analysis New! Understand every line of Twelfth Night. Read our modern English translation of this scene. Next. Act 2, scene 5. Themes and Colors Key LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in Twelfth Night, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work.
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  5. Telkree
    Friar Lawrence talks with Rome about his decision to wed Juliet. Rome says that if anything bad ever happened the misfortune will diminish with one look at Juliet. Friar Lawrence then states, "These violent delights have violent ends And in their triumph die, like fire and powder.." ( Act 2, scene 6).
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  6. Brazilkree
    A few quick things go down on the battlefield. Macbeth kills Young Siward, the son of one of the English commanders. Macduff searches frantically for Macbeth, vowing that he and he alone should kill the king.
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  7. Zulkit
    In this scene Launcelot provides some comic relief in the play. In the context of the play such a relief was needed because the previous scene related to the bond story, depicted a serious mood where Antonio agrees to sign a treacherous bond that stipulates a pound his flesh in case he forfeits the agreement.
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  8. Doum
    Recorded on 12/31/, uploaded on 04/09/ Musician's or Publisher's Notes. With the success of Aida, Giuseppe Verdi planned to end his career as one of Italy’s most successful operatic arcabrolacongtepiramortcuvespwall.co’s publisher, Guilio Ricordi, however, thought the composer’s retirement premature, a waste of his talents and even more importantly, of profits.
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  9. Makora
    The Merchant of Venice: Act 1, scene 2 Summary & Analysis New! Understand every line of The Merchant of Venice. Read our modern English translation of this scene. Next. Act 1, scene 3. Themes and Colors Key LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in The Merchant of Venice, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work.
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