By Laura Shamas
The bizarre Sisters, from William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, are arguably the main recognized trio of witches in English literature. Shakespeare’s bizarre Sisters are a posh trinitarian mythological development – a different amalgamation of classical, folkloric, and socio-political components. This publication is an archetypal exploration of the bizarre Sisters; through studying this female trio during the lens of mythology, new insights approximately their value will be understood. The ramifications expand from classical comprehension to twenty-first century popular culture observations on the topic of girl trios.