Lesson 15: Macbeth, A Tragic Figure Questions.

What evidence do we have in Act 1, Scene 2, or Macbeth’s bravery? Macbeth kills Mcdownwald by unseaming him
What evidence is there that king Duncan respects Macebth? He gives Macbeth the title of Cawdor, and he stays at his house.
In scene 3, who seems more effected by the witches prophecies, Macbeth or Banquo? Explain. Macbeth, because he gets good news that he is going to be king, but then he get a bad thought in his head to kill the king.
What indications are there in this scene that Macbeth is highly imaginative? Because he believes hes going to become king, and he keeps getting thought to kill the king.
Is there an indication that the idea of killing Duncan has already occured? Yes.
In scene 4, what does Macbeth say in the duty of loyal subjects like himself to King Duncan? Is he sincere? To house the king, and he is not sincere because hes planning to kill him with his wife.
What happens in this scene 2, Macbeth pretends to be somewhat disinterested in the witches prophecies. What in scene 4 proves that he has taken them very seriously? The 2 witches guess 2 prophecies right, then says that Macbeth will be the Thane of Cowdard.
What is Macbeth’s tragic flaw? He’s evil, because of fate.
What happens in this scene that makes Macbeth vow that the evil deed he has been concidering must be done? When Duncan’s son get the title that witches said Macbeth would have.
From Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy at the beginning of scene 4, what further insights into Macbeth’s character so we gain? He get a real vibe that he does have an evil side.
Do you have the impression that lady Macbeth and Macbeth have a loving relationship? I think Macbeth really loves her, because he’s trying to make her happy by kiling the king so they can become King and Queen together. But i think Lady Macbeth just wants to be Queen and just using him.
Who seems the stronger in scene 4, Lady Macbeth or Macbeth? Explain. Lady Macbeth, because she asks the evil Gods to put away her bad feelings for her actions. So has no negative thought, and Macbeth could go on and on about why they shouldnt kill the king.
reread Macbeth’s famous soliloquy that open scene 5. What indications is there that Macbeth fears for the future if he should murder Duncan? He afraid he might get caught, and he can’t think of any good reasons to kill him.
Does Macbeth see his own shortcomings early? No he’s ready to be king and rule!
When Lady Macbeth accuses Macbeth of cowardice, he replies, “Prithee [I pray for you] peace: I dare do all that may become a man. Who dares so more is none? What is your understanding of this speech? Is macbeth accurately describing his life to this point? Yes, he is a man, and should defened himself after unseaming someone, cutting a path through men, and fighting in war.