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Act II, scenes iii and iv - Comic relief and reactions to murder

English Literature

GCSE

OCR

6m 11s

What is the purpose of the porter? How does Shakespeare continue to use dramatic irony in Act II, scene iv? These are just 2 of the questions answered in this tutorial. Tutorial summary: Exploration of the porter’s role as comic relief. Close analysis of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s reactions to the ‘news’ of regicide, including the use of dramatic irony and the ways in which their reactions are inadequate.

Tutors:

Miss Stella Vassiliou

Miss Catherine Hartley

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