Basic Navigation:
Scene Indexes:
Go to any scene in Macbeth. Each link is followed by a brief scene summary. The text is fully annotated and includes line numbers.
Search the text of Macbeth for any word or combination of words.

More Navigation:
Notable Quotes
Famous passages briefly explained, with links to the text, so that you can see the quotation in context.
Detailed Scene Summaries:
With many links to the text.
Character Reviews:
Annotated links to all appearances of a single character and all mentions of that character by other characters.
Annotated links to passages that illustrate aspects of Macbeth's character.
Themes and Motifs:
Annotated links to passages particularly relevant to significant themes and motifs.

Selected Bibliography:
The good, the bad, and the ugly of critical commentary. Each item is reviewed.
Online Resources:
Some really useful, some lame. Each item is reviewed.
The Picture Page:
Links to pictures of things mentioned in the play, from a newt to high Dunsinane hill.
Links to Lesson Plans:
Especially for teachers.
The Witchcraft Page:
Pages from The Discoverie of Witchcraft (1584), and from King James' Dæmonologie (1597).
Extracts from Holinshed's Chronicles,
Shakespeare's source for Macbeth.
Genealogical Table of King James,
showing his descent from Banquo.
Thomas De Quincey's essay,
"On the Knocking at the Gate in Macbeth."

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