||Hawkes, T. Introduction.--Spurgeon, C. F. E. Shakespeare's imagery in Macbeth.--Murry, J. M. The time has been.--Curry, W. C. The demonic metaphysics of Macbeth.--Brooks, C. The naked babe and the clo ak of manliness.--Campbell, O. J. Shakespeare and the "new" critics.--Walker. R. Macbeth and the kingdom of heaven.--Farnham, W. The witches.--Waith, E. M. Manhood and valour in Mac beth.--Fergusson, F. Macbeth as the imitation of an action. Crane, R. S. The structure of Macbeth.--Elliott, G. R. Charity and grace.--Gardner, H. A reply to Cleanth Brooks.--Knight s, L. C. Macbeth.--Holloway, J. The story of the night, Macbeth.--Rossiter, A. P. Macbeth's disintegration.--McCarthy, M. General Macbeth.--Enright, D. J. Macbeth and the hen-pecked hero.--Mack, M., Jr. Killing the king, Macbeth.--Danson, L. The language of Macbeth.--Chronology of important dates.