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- For the most part, the people were white, many of whom were of Bavarian decent, and the other were common. The people who lived in San Piedro were mixed racially though. For the most part, the people were white, many whom were of Bavarian decent, and other were of Japanese decent.
- Explore the part played by the witches in the play ‘Macbeth’. What influence do they have on the events of the play and do they contribute to the atmosphere and dramatic impact of the play? I believe, that even though the witches only appear in the play a few times, they play a very important role in ‘Macbeth’ they have a great deal of influence on not just the major characters, but many of the others, and I feel that the witches contribute to the overall atmosphere of the play dramatically.
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