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    Default Help with William Shakespeare's Macbeth essay

    This is the question

    By the end of act 4 it is clear that Macbeth has undergone a remarkable transformation : on the hero has become a tyrant who must be unseated for the good of Scotland


    The is the question my teacher gave us ^^^


    I need some help as in I have been stuck at this since yesterday and I hav no clue about what to write


    I need to write a minimum of 1000 words ( that's about 4 a4 pages ) I need about 14 points one point per paragraph


    And please don't say do it your slef as I hav a lot of personal problems and I cant really spent too much time on this


    And thank you for ur help



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    Default Re: Help with William Shakespeare's Macbeth essay

    Welcome to the forum, Yamileon.

    Sorry. We like to help when we can, but it is forum policy not to help with homework. Your teachers want to see your work, not ours.

    If you have questions when your corrected work is handed back, we'll be happy to try to help you.
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    Default Re: Help with William Shakespeare's Macbeth essay

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    Welcome to the forum, Yamileon.

    Sorry. We like to help when we can, but it is forum policy not to help with homework. Your teachers want to see your work, not ours.

    If you have questions when your corrected work is handed back, we'll be happy to try to help you.

    I ant actually asking for some one to to do the whole thing out I just need suggestions on how to start and any important points that I might missed out on I've got it half way done but Iam stuck on the other half now and I understand the that teachers want to see my work but it's a bit of a problem for me to concentrate a 100 percent at this time and it's due on Wednesday

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    Sorry. We like to help when we can, but it is forum policy not to help with homework. Your teachers want to see your work, not ours.
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