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When Fair Is Foul and Foul Is Fair

Lessons From Macbeth

Shakespeare's interest in the ways that rhetorical discourse and culture interact is expressed in his countless references to the similarity between living and acting, and in his fascination with the figures of the actor, the hypocrite, and the king, the man most conspicuously called upon to perform a part in the drama of life. The comparison of the world with the stage is of course an ancient one, and one that runs through all of English Renaissance drama from the mid-sixteenth century to 1642, the year the theaters were closed down, not to reopen until 1660. But it is a trope that we associate above all with Shakespeare, and with good reason.

When Fair Is Foul and Foul Is FairLessons From MacbethAnthony PaulShakespeare's interest in the ways that rhetorical discourse and culture interact is expressed in his countless references to the similarity between living and acting, and in his fa
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