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anonymous

  • one year ago

which act in Macbeth has the exposition? would it be act 1?

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    @Kanra

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    Exposition has a different meaning depending on the context of it, but in this particular context, with a Shakespearean Play, exposition is the part of the story, usually near the beginning, in which the characters are introduced, the background is explained, and the setting is described, so you are correct in assuming that the answer is Act 1.

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    thank you

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