Question 1: What does the poem’s title mean? The poem’s title means that the author of the poem does not know what she is able to call the boy who is standing outside the door. Firstly, she describes the boy as a “terrorist”, then changing it to a “freedom-fighter”. In Line 19, Imitiaz Dharker says “I […]

Shakespeare uses language to show that Macbeth’s state of mind is starting to deteriorate. He has doubts about several actions throughout the play and it all starts with “The Dagger”. Ultimately, the disease of ambition with which he is infected, drives him to kill King Duncan and from here on in in the play, he […]

In Act 5 Scene 5, Macbeth has just found out that Lady Macbeth has just jumped off the castle. This is the quote. She should have died hereafter; There would have been a time for such a word. Creeps in this peety pace from day to day and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the […]

Act 3 Scene 1: Banquo has arrived at the royal palace in Forres and gets straight into accusing Macbeth of killing Duncan. Then enters Macbeth (King) and Lady Macbeth who is queen enter. Banquo goes riding with his son Fleance and Macbeth is left alone on the stage. Macbeth talking to the audience says he is […]

Act 2 Scene 1: Through the dialogue, Shakespeare is trying to show us that time has passed. Banquo has been having nightmares. Macbeth enters and says “a friend”. This is incredible dramatic because Macbeth isn’t really Banquo’s friend because of Banquo’s children to become King. Banquo is saying to Macbeth that he is constantly dreaming about […]

Act 1 Scene 1: In a desolate place 3 witches are there and there is thunder and lightning. ‘Where the hurly-burly’s done, When the battle is lost or won.’ Act 1 Scene 2: King Duncan’s camp near Forres. Alarum within. Enter King, Malcolm, Donald-Bain, Lennox, with Attendants, meeting a bleeding Captain. “As 2 spent swimmers that do […]

You’re sitting in the dry cleaners, newspaper in hand, reading the weekly column by the Prime Minister Enver Hoxha with the title “Gati per Luftë”. You’re halfway through the most important message of the piece when you hear the bellowing, ear deafening clatter of the church bell. You drop the newspaper in an instant, despite the […]