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I really need you to check my rephrase of "Macbeth". I also included a sentence from a letter. Thank you very much.


1) If you need further information about the school, you can either contact me or go on the school's internet webpage ......
2) Lady Macbeth tells him not to think about it. But Macbeth wants to know why he could not say “Amen”. He wants to know why the word stuck in his throat. 3) Lady Macbeth says that if they keep thinking that way they will go mad. But Macbeth continues in the same vein. He thought he heard a voice cry, “Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep……”
4) In recalling what the voice had said Macbeth is reminded of the importance in life of “innocent sleep”.
5) Macbeth refers to sleep in many ways, two of which are examples of personification.
6) In particular, he makes the following comparisons: an innocent murder victim, someone who repairs clothes, death, rest and cleanness after work, a medicine, the second course, that is the most substantial part of a meal.

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    1) If you need further information about the school, you can either contact me or go on the school's webpage. [Since webpages occur ONLY on the Internet, to use both words is redundant!]

    2) Lady Macbeth tells him not to think about it.<~~What is "it"? But Macbeth wants to know why he could not say “Amen”. He wants to know why the word stuck in his throat.

    3) Lady Macbeth says that, if they keep thinking that way, they will go mad.<~~Who are "they"? But Macbeth continues in the same vein. He thinks he hears a voice cry, “Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep.”

    4) In recalling what the voice said, Macbeth is reminded of the importance in life of “innocent sleep”.

    5) Macbeth refers to sleep in many ways, two of which are examples of personification.

    6) In particular, he makes the following comparisons: an innocent murder victim, someone who repairs clothes, death, rest and cleanness after work, a medicine, the second course of a meal.

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