A site dedicated to the study of Macbeth. Includes a brief overview,
fully searchable text of the play, plot summary, Q&As, plot
commentary, character analysis, critical discussion, essays and
From the dedicated team at Bibliomania, a study guide to Macbeth
including plot summary, themes, sample questions and suggestions
for further reading.
Birnam Wood on the
The student's guide to online web resources on Macbeth. Includes
images, an interactive zone, classroom activities for the 21st Century,
information on the playwright and his time and a lot more. Well
Famous paintings from artists ranging from Blake to Rosetti inspired
by the play.
Shakespeare's famous prose is available in three formats. The
first is a modern prose adaptation [adaptation], the second includes
audio readings of the entire text [adaptation/audio] and the third
is the adaptation side by side with the original text for classroom
teaching [classroom version].
A Thinkquest winning site. Annotated online version created by students.
William Shakespeare and the Internet
A multi-award winning site which attempts to be a complete annotated
guide to the scholarly Shakespeare resources available on Internet.
Don't be put off by the implied emphasis on scholarly, as this site
is far from boring. Do check out the "other sites" which include
links to interactive games, spoofs, anagrams, Shakespearean insults
and other fun stuff.
From the inaccurately named "Novelguide' site, this is a good analysis
of Macbeth, categorized under summary, character profiles, metaphor
and theme analysis and quotations.
Critical guide including plot overview, character analysis and themes
from the play. Quotations, key facts, quizzes, study questions and
essay topics. Written by students and lecturers at Harvard University.
Star Wars Macbeth:
Macduff strikes back
Students from Glen Ridge High School created a seventeen minute
video for their English class in 1997 and have made it available
to the rest of us to view. This is an original contemporary take
on Shakespeare, and is sure to engage students.
An Internet classroom for Shakespeare studies.
Created by Amy Ulen, this site has many useful links for students
(and teachers) exploring the works of the Bard. Unfortunately the
guide to Macbeth is not yet completed, but there is a lot of other
interesting and fun stuff around.
101: A student guide
From the creator of Surfing with the bard, this guide is divided
into 3 sections: reading Shakespeare's plays, viewing the plays
and Shakespeare on the web.
On-line Shakespearean Glossary
A useful tool for you to look up unusual words used in Shakespeare's
strut and fret upon the stage
Theatrical Interpretation of Sources for Macbeth. A scholarly presentation
by Joseph Locket.
to Macbeth's castle
Tiffany K. Ng takes you into Macbeth's castle, a forbidding edifice
haunted by voices and apparitions. A terrific multimedia retelling
of Shakespeare's work.