• April 7th, 2016

How does the nocturnal setting of Act II, scene i contribute to the scenes over all mood, or atmosphere?

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Long Writing Assignment No. 3 Macbeth Act II Scene i World Literature II – 1 (G) Class Question: How does the nocturnal setting of Act II, scene i contribute to the scenes over all mood, or atmosphere? A. Act II Scene i sets the stage for a very intriguing part of the play and it sets the stage for the transformation of the Macbeths into macabre characters. A castle is rather haunting, lonely after dark, and it has a backdrop of daunting clouds and eerie subdued moonlight. The characters seem to distrust each other. The Thesis: Something about the night and the fact that lights were lacking, as we know them today. B You have to give several examples showing the conditions during the scene and the actions of the characters. All the characters seem very apprehensive. C. In the first paragraph you should introduce the reader to the background events that lead up to the scene. D. The second, third, and fourth paragraphs must present concrete examples (evidence) showing how the scene takes on a very mysterious and suspenseful mood. E. The fifth paragraph must return to the info in the first paragraph and reiterate the premise of the thesis.

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