The opening scene of Macbeth helps to set the tone for the rest of the play. The witches, meeting amidst a gathering storm, announce their intention to find Macbeth after the battle. They do not say what their intention is, but it is clear that they mean evil, and the gloomy atmosphere, with "fog and filthy air," only adds to the sense of impending doom. As they depart, they sing a rhyme, "fair is foul, and foul is fair," that foretells the play's focus on deception and appearances, as well as on evil itself. It is a short scene, but it tells the audience much about what is to come.
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