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Shakespeare includes the theme of weather (especially thunder) to show that something bad is happening, and to paint a gloomy and dark setting for the audience. Also, the thunder is only described right before Macbeth goes to meet the witches, which represents that the witches are doing evil and unnatural things that go against the norm. Similar to how thunder goes against the normal sunshine and happy weather.

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Shakespeare includes the theme of weather (especially thunder) to show that something bad is happening, and to paint a gloomy and dark setting for the audience. Also, the thunder is only described right before Macbeth goes to meet the witches, which represents that the witches are doing evil and unnatural things that go against the norm. Similar to how thunder goes against the normal sunshine and happy weather.

Early morning storm passes through northern Vanderburgh Co.   ♦♦  Warrick County, Indiana, Vereinigte Staaten   #by Brian Wiggins #america usa landscape blue reflection sky clouds sea lake tree forest amazing nature

Early morning storm passes through northern Vanderburgh Co. ♦♦ Warrick County, Indiana, Vereinigte Staaten #by Brian Wiggins #america usa landscape blue reflection sky clouds sea lake tree forest amazing nature

Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

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Lightning Striking Tree' Framed Art Print with Gel Coated Finish

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"When shall we three meet again? In thunder, lightning, or in rain?" - Act 1, Scene 1. This line, along with the stage direction of "Thunder and lightning", sets the ominous, cynical, and enigmatic feeling that the three witches emit throughout the play.

"When shall we three meet again? In thunder, lightning, or in rain?" - Act 1, Scene 1. This line, along with the stage direction of "Thunder and lightning", sets the ominous, cynical, and enigmatic feeling that the three witches emit throughout the play.

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