|In response to Macbeth’s questions, the witches in Act IV of Macbeth
||call upon the apparitions who answer most of his questions but warn him not to probe too deeply.
|In Macbeth, when Macbeth hears that no one born of a woman will harm him, he decides to
||none of the above.
|In Macbeth, Malcolm pretends he is too evil to become king in order to
||make certain of Macduff’s loyalty.
|What is the name for the literary device which involves the repetition of initial consonant sounds
|Choose the word that best matches the word in italics.Their father settled their argument in the most judicious way possible.