Finding Shakespeare / The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Macbeth in Scots

Reblgged from: Finding Shakespeare / The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: Macbeth in Scots

 

… in honour of St. Andrews Day 2013.

We’re getting into the Scottish mood this week for St. Andrew’s Day on Saturday 30 November. Inspired by a translation of Macbeth into modern Scots by R.L.C. Lorimer (1992) in our library collection, David Hopes took a stab at bringing the Scots to life.

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