Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Which of the following is an example of irony in Macbeth? A. King Duncan's sons are afraid for their lives and flee the country without telling anyone about their plan. B. Macbeth has been crowned king a glorious position but he feels empty and worthless because of his actions. C. Macbeth orders the murders of Banquo and his son and then becomes upset when the son survives. D. Lady Macbeth harasses her husband into killing King Duncan because Macbeth is uncertain about the plan.
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Jacob902
  • Jacob902
How does the setting of Welles's version of Macbeth differ from the setting of Shakespeare's? A. Welles's Macbeth is set in Scotland, and Shakespeare's version is set in Denmark. B. Welles's Macbeth is set in Denmark, and Shakespeare's version is set in Scotland. C. Welles's Macbeth is set in Haiti, and Shakespeare's version is set in Denmark. D. Welles's Macbeth is set in Haiti, and Shakespeare's version is set in Scotland.

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