Publishing Your Narrative Worksheet 1.17

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Publishing Your Narrative Worksheet One by one people of the community arrived at the Macbeths house. Welcoming hugs, laughs and handshakes filled the room with ease. Little do they know not only are Macbeth and his wife keeping a major secret of their own but also they have purposely planned the dinner to cover up a loss to take the blame off them as well. Just weeks ago appeared three horrible looking sisters, their words and the way they spoke came off as very unpleasing and negative. The sisters however assured Macbeth he would be king one day. Macbeth then took their words seriously and took the situation in to his own hands figuring he would get rid of the current king, Banquo, by himself. Although, he was having thoughts Lady Macbeth was sure of what needed to be done and all for it as well. Everyone is now taking their seats, while still chattering Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are starting to place the food on the table so everybody can start digging in. Everyone slowly quiets down as they smell the delicious scents of food. With a blink of an eye you can see Macbeth standing before the table with a distraught look on his face holding a warm plate of food with the steam coming out from the corners. All of a sudden you hear a loud BANG!
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