Table of contents for Macbeth / [edited and with an introduction by] Harold Bloom.


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Bloom?s Guides: Macbeth
Contributor: Janyce Marson
ISBN: 0-7910-7875-2
Introduction	
Biographical Sketch
The Story Behind the Story
Summary and Analysis	
List of Characters 
Critical Views 		
Harold C. Goddard on Macbeth?s Deeds and the Supernatural	
Kenneth Muir on the Porter Scene 
A.C. Bradley on the Effect of Darkness 
Clifford Davidson on the Tragedy of Macbeth?s Character 
E. A. J. Honigmann on the Murderer as Victim 
John Russell Brown on Images of Death 
William Empson on the Meanings of Equivocation 	
Robert S. Miola on Some Senecan Conventions 
Gary Wills on the Supernatural Aspects of Lady Macbeth?s Character 
Jan H. Blits on the Medieval Christian Cosmos 
Park Honan on Time?s Perpetuity 
Robert Weimann on the Significance of Theatrical Space 
Millicent Bell on Witchcraft and Prophecy 
Works by William Shakespeare
Annotated Bibliography
Contributors 
Acknowledgments




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Macbeth, Macbeth, King of Scotland, 11th cent, In literature, Regicides in literature