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  • Macbeth: The King: Part 1 | Nigel Tranter

    Macbeth: The King: Part 1

    • ABRIDGED (2 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Nigel Tranter
    • Narrated By John MacIsaac
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    Nigel Tranter introduces his tremendous novel of the true Macbeth and his struggle to make and save a united Scotland, of his devotion to the greatly-wronged young woman, Gruoch, of the humane laws they sought to establish, the battle he was forced to fight against Malcolm Canmore, the ancient Celtic Church he supported against the threat of Rome, and the price he paid.

  • Macbeth: The King: Part 3 | Nigel Tranter

    Macbeth: The King: Part 3

    • ABRIDGED (2 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Nigel Tranter
    • Narrated By John MacIsaac
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    Nigel Tranter introduces his tremendous novel of the true Macbeth and his struggle to make and save a united Scotland, of his devotion to the greatly-wronged young woman, Gruoch, of the humane laws they sought to establish, the battle he was forced to fight against Malcolm Canmore, the ancient Celtic Church he supported against the threat of Rome, and the price he paid.

  • Macbeth: The King: Part 2 | Nigel Tranter

    Macbeth: The King: Part 2

    • ABRIDGED (2 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Nigel Tranter
    • Narrated By John MacIsaac
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    Nigel Tranter introduces his tremendous novel of the true Macbeth and his struggle to make and save a united Scotland, of his devotion to the greatly-wronged young woman, Gruoch, of the humane laws they sought to establish, the battle he was forced to fight against Malcolm Canmore, the ancient Celtic Church he supported against the threat of Rome, and the price he paid.

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