This power points examines some of the language tricks Shakespeare uses in Macbeth's "to-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow" soliloquy. Some of them are straight-forward. Some mind-blowing.
Devices include: repetition, alliteration, acrostics, and even one that requires you to turn the page upside down.
(Be sure to download the notes that go along with this Power Point--this will give you the narration for each slide)