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26 May
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Letter to Lady Macbeth Harry D

Dear wife,

We won the battle. It was the hardest and longest yet. After the battle, three witches appeared and told me the future and told me I was going to become Thane of Cawdor and King Duncan will promise me to be King, believe it or not they were right King Duncan made me Thane of Cawdor. I can’t believe I have the power of Thane of Cawdor .

Malcolm King Duncan’s son is now the Prince of Cumberland, I’ve got a plan we kill King Duncan and I will become King.

Back to the war  – they were dead limbs everywhere. I lost many brave warriors and weak warriors. Banquo and I couldn’t find any survivors: just us.

Love you I will see you when I get back.X

26 May
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A letter to Lady Macbeth

My dear one and only,

I am writing to say I am safe also I have mixed news about what has happened in the last couple of days. Firstly, one thing I am sure you are going to be pleased about is that we were successful in the battle though it was a nightmare; unfortunately many of my comrades were slaghtered and damaged but some survived.

Along the moor we came across three unusual women[sisters] confronted Banquo and I about our future life. Listening carefully, they placed their arms upon our shoulders….

I was confused as they told me I was going to become Thane of Cawdor and King hereafter. Banquo was told his child Flaonce was to become King but not him. It was true…….

Soon after the conversation galloping on a paper-white horse King Duncan’s chief messenger explained to us that he was pleased with our victory and the current Thane of Cawdor betrayed King Duncan. So he has now given the power to me! So I realised that the devils spoke truth.

King Duncan’s son ,Malcolm, became Prince of Cumberland which made me feel furious as he was a step up from me. I was told I was going to become King. At the moment I don’t have a plan, but I need one. Whether it is killing King Duncan I do not know but please help me choose. So that is all, I will see you in a few days.

Your Lover Macbeth x

26 May
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describe the battlefield HARRY J

The battered , rusty , scattered weapons abandoned by the defeated Norwegians. The lingering ravens picked at the harmless Norwegian battlement corpses. The dark ,  silent moor  was crumpled , destroyed .Tortured , battered abandoned corpses ripped out by the malignant ravens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Battle Scene Description / Macbeth Work

The dead, silent, revolting battlefield was swallowed by the mist. Screaming, the corpses lay stranded on the battlefield. The sobbing, traumatized soldiers called out for their dead, innocent comrades and family – hoping that they would see them again. Tortured, terrified, exhausted, the soldiers collected and stole precious goods from corpses that were strewn on the ground. Cold and worried, starving and mournful – the soldiers who were still breathing were clambering to their feet. The battlefield was ruined; corpses scattered everywhere; shields and swords left abandoned by other soldiers; the revolting smell of blood filled the air. The battlefield ( which was once a beautiful moor ) was now a path to hell. The seriously injured soldiers screamed ” arrgghh!” as if that would save them.

26 May
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Describe a setting creating atmosphere : Macbeth

It was a coal-black, frosty, petrifying night and the reputable warriors fought for survival.Many decaying,lonely trees were strewn across the mossy heath.Cantering on the heather-covered heath,the exhausted senile horses couldn’t wait to relax.

Abandoned,blood-covered,dropped,the valuable coins were rescued from the battle field.

Tweeting and pecking, waddling and hungry, the ravens were trying to eat the corpses from the wounded warriors. The amazing soldiers felt drained out:swords dropped; limbs lost; dead bodies.

As the mist cleared, three figures could be seen upon the heath.In coal-black attire with a fiendish look in their eyes. Standing in unison, the witches had witnessed the battle.The hags heard a drum beating: this meant someone extraordinary was approaching them.

Macbeth was the Thane of Glamis so was extremely high up in business. Banquo was Macbeth’s comrade and mighty warrior. They were brothers-in-arms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26 May
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Macbeth’s letter Matthew

Dear wife,

I have many things to tell you about: the battle between Scotland and Norway;three witches prophecies; how I became Thane of Cawdor and about Malcom.

I am sad to have to describe our battle because many comrades died.Only me and Banquo survived. I am not sure whether the moor was blood and weapons or corpses.

On our travels , we discovered three witches. They were mysterious creatures: they had no skin; wearing black attire; brewing a potion. They prophosised that I would be Thane of Cawdor and I would eventually become King. They also predicted that Banquo’s children would be king.

Continuing home, a messenger arrived and told me I am now Thane of Cawdor because the former Thane commited treason against the King.Duncan heard of my success so he gave me the title.

I saw Duncan make Malcom prince so he is now an obstacle. I have thought of a plan to kill Duncan and blame it on Malcom so he is killed for treason. I will kill Duncan by putting poison in the gaurds’ drinks . Then while  he is sleeping I shall behead him. Malcom his son shall be smothered in blood.

Love Macbeth

P.S. I will be home in a couple of days.

26 May
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Letter from Macbeth: By Izzy Pre

Dear wife, 

Many events have occurred! The first and for most was the battle:we won!it was a horrific yet important battle.Many of  our soldiers died, however many more Norwegians lost their lives. Thankfully my loyal comrade Banquoe survived the tough, almighty battle.

Suddenly after the war, these three mysterious  witches (who were the most strangest of creatures i have ever laid my eyes on) approached me. They told me what i am now the thane of  Glamis. Second o will become the thane of Cawdor but third they told me i will be king of Scotland! Quite soon after the witches speech a stallion appeared with a young messenger on its back pronounced that i am thane of Cawdor!

The reason why i became thane was because the powerful king Duncan knew the old thane was betraying the almighty Scotland and was to be killed.,

Even-though king Duncan is a loyal king to us citizens he made is son the prince of Cumberland prince of Scotland when I think it should be ME!I am we will create a plan when I get back and i have a suspicion in what it is going to be.

                                   Love From            

                            your husband Macbeth

                              xxxxx   

26 May
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Letter to Lady Macbeth Josh A

My dearest love,

Finally, the war is over! We fought until the end, but we were victorious. Many of my comrades were brutally slaughtered, but thank goodness my dear friend Banquo survived the massacre. The Norwegians fled from the heath and out over the moors.

Then, we were confronted by three, strange, shape-shifting characters. They each had a unique appearance but all were as petrifying as each other. They spoke to me, prophesying my fate. One foretold I shall be Thane of Cawdor. Another said I will be king hereafter. I was suspicious until I heard the faint klop! of horse hooves in the distance.

It was the king`s chief messenger. At first I thought I was dreaming, but it was true. He told me the King was pleased with my success. Among the captured was our Thane of Cawdor. He was sentenced to death and had everything he owned, including his land, taken from him. Due to my victory, I have been appointed with the title of the Thane of Cawdor.

Earlier, I was invited to a solemn celebration with the King. Malcolm, his eldest son, became prince. How can the prophecy be fulfilled if there is someone else in line to the throne? Please write back with your decision on what to do.

From your beloved Macbeth

26 May
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Macbeth description Erin G

It was cold, dark and wet when the battle began. When the conflict finally ended, the Scottish were victorious and the Norwegian defeated. Crying relentlessly the Scottish soldiers mourned their dead comrades. The wind howled through the trees on this dark and cloudy morning.

The heath was muddy, overgrown and wet: the Norwegians trudged home in low spirits, shameful and downhearted.

 

Content and cheerful, fortunate and relieved, the Scottish soldiers lay resting. The Scottish commander (Macbeth ) was tense : sweat dripping ; eyes narrowed ; staring out onto the battle field looking for any survivors. Macbeth (the thane of Glamis ) and his trustworthy companion Banquo, who fought by his side won the battle. These brown-haired, blue-eyed friends looked like brothers beside each other!

26 May
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Letter to Lady Macbeth, JI

Dear my lovely wife,

I have fought in many battles but not like this one. It was horrific, there were corpses everywhere.The Norwegians were skilled with their swords and had slain half of our men but I swung my sword with all my might , but they were no match for me.Yet we were victorious after i had slain the last malignant Norwegian. We were ecstatic.

My loyal friend Banquo and I came across three mysterious looking witches who could prophesies! They told me that I was going to become Thane of Cawdor, this is because the former Thane betrayed King Duncan and was sentenced to death.

King Duncan announced that his eldest son Malcolm is next in line for king

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