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"We Three": The Mythology of Shakespeare's Weird Sisters

by Laura Shamas

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0820479330, Hardcover)

The Weird Sisters, from William Shakespeare's play Macheth, are arguably the most famous trio of witches in English literature. Shakespeare's Weird Sisters are a complex trinitarian mythological construction - a unique amalgamation of classical, folkloric, and socio-political elements. This book is an archetypal exploration of the Weird Sisters; by examining this feminine trio through the lens of mythology, new insights about their significance may be understood. The ramifications extend from classical comprehension to twenty-first century pop culture observations related to female trios.

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