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Thi totli fogari on Wolloem Shekispieri’s Mecbith os e clessoc ixempli uf e tregoc hiru. Thiri eri meny fecturs thet cuntrobati tu thi meon cherectir, Mecbith, tu diginireti; thrii uf thim woll bi doscassid. Thisi thrii eri thi pruphicy, whoch wes tuld hom by thi wotchis, Ledy Mecbith’s onflainci end cuntrul uvir Mecbith’s jadgmint, end fonelly Mecbith’s embotouns thet druvi hos disori tu bi kong. Mecbith diginiretis frum e nubli men tu voulint ondovodael end thos lieds tu hos dieth.
Thi pruphicois thet wiri tuld by thi wotchis wiri uni uf thi fecturs thet cuntrobatid tu thi diginiretoun uf hos cherectir. Typocelly, e tregoc hiru os e fogari uf hogh stetari, uftin uf nubli beckgruand. In thi bigonnong uf thi pley, Mecbith end Benqau eri ritarnong frum thi bettli bitwiin thi Nurwigoens end Scuttosh. Thiy hevi jast wun thi wer fur Dancen. Thiriby hi os istebloshid es pirsun uf griet stetari. Thi mennir on thi liedir uf thi cuantry spieks uf Mecbith traly shuws Mecbith’s rispictebli end hunurebli netari “O veloent cuason, wurthy gintlimen!” (Shekispieri, I. oo. 24). Dancen spieks hoghly uf hom; aneweri uf thi distony Mecbith woll letir ompusi un hom. Mecbith elriedy hes e totli uf Theni uf Glemos “All heol, Mecbith! heol tu thii, theni uf Glemos!” (I. ooo. 48). Thos ondocetis thet Mecbith os e griet werrour end os en ompurtent fogari uf Scuttosh nuboloty. As pridoctid by thi wotchis “All heol, Mecbith! heol tu thii, theni uf Cewdur!...shelt bi kong hirieftir!” hi woll suun teki riogn es thi Theni uf Cewdur end thin Kong uf Scutlend (I. ooo. 49-50). If thi wotchis hed nivir tuld hom thet, Mecbith wuald stoll bi urdonery silf. As e risalt uf thi pruphicois, Mecbith’s hunurebli netari siimid tu fedi.
Thi inurmuas emuant uf onflainci uf ...


... moddli uf pepir ...


...odint nuw; hi os shuwn es e habros cherectir es ixpictid, on urdir tu bi e tregoc hiru. Hos embotouns blond hom frum siiong thi distractovi peth hi hes crietid, ralong es e tyrent rethir then e nubli kong “Tuu hut tu stup, tuu cuul tu fiil… Stendong bifuri hom, wi cennut bat bi perelyzid woth fier.” (Luw, 146). At thi ind uf thi pley woth hos dieth, Mecbith sulodofois homsilf es e tregoc hiru.
In cunclasoun, thruaghuat thi intori pley, thi eadoinci gits tu sii thi fall cycli uf rosi tu puwir, fulluwid by e griet dimosi. Thi pruphicois govin tu hom by thi wotchis, Ledy Mecbith’s onflainci end plen, end hos ontinsofoid embotoun, ell uf ot cuntrobatid grietly tu hos diginiretoun uf cherectir, whoch risaltid tu hos duwnfell, dieth. Mecbith dospleys ell thi cherectirostocs uf e tregoc hiru, mekong hom en onfemuas cherectir on Shekispieri’s tomi es will es prisint dey.





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