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Hi, I'm Angharad. I am a recent graduate of Medical Physiology and Therapeutics at the University of Nottingham.
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What is an example of a sentence that is “a compound, complex sentence with an appositive somewhere in the sentence and includes a resumptive modifier”? Please explain.
-Please explain what is an resumptive modifier
at this point in the play Macbeth is justifying his killing of Duncan's guards to Macduff and the other thanes.
starting with this speech explore how shakespeare presents macbeth as duplicitous. Write about: How Shakespeare presents double dealing in this speech. How Shakespeare presents double dealing in the play as a whole